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Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Older I Get...

The stoopider I feel. The most recent cause for this condition is one of the technical difficulty kind. (If you remember the "stand by" notice from your old television set, you're a dinosaur like me.) :) Since returning from my blogging hiatus, my posted photos haven't been showing up. grrrrr


Anywho, I was informed via a message on my screen that the reason for the invisible pics might be because my browser no longer supports certain Blogger features. Hunh? Whut? 


Long story short, I downloaded Google Chrome this morning. (Yeah, late to the party again.) So we'll see if that fixes the problem. 


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If you can see the photo below, leave a caption in a comment by midnight Friday. There just might be a prize involved. *grin* 





18 comments:

Angie Ledbetter said...

Oh boy! Hopeful the photo shows up because I can see it. Wheeeeee!!

Terri Tiffany said...

I can see it! I've been using Google Chrome awhile too. I hate techie stuff!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Yay! Hope that solved the no-photo problem. So far, navigating around blogland on Google Chrome has been easy. (Ooo, I better not say that too loudly.) :)

Penny said...

I can see it!! Sweet squirrel! Looks like he's the squirrel commander looking out on something he's about to attack.

Or maybe I've been reading too much "Game of Thrones" LOL!!

Diane said...

I don't need to even get any older to feel dummer. :O)

Angie Ledbetter said...

LOL @ Penny. (My youngest son and DH's favorite series.)

Diane -- sadly, I hear dat! :P

Tere Kirkland said...

If it makes you feel any better, my blog is constantly giving me major agita. Formatting mostly. Guess I should maybe figure out that html stuff. *groans*

Andrea (Andee) Beltran said...

I can see it as well. I think he is looking at your blog from afar wondering where all the photos are at. ;) Happy it's working for you now!

Charlie Rice said...

"That cat won't see me if I remain still."

Suldog said...

Yup, I'm older than dirt, I remember those old "Technical Difficulty" days.

(No, that's not a caption! But this is...)

"Be the tree. Be the tree. Be the tree."

Karen said...

Yes, I can see the squirrel. He's just darin' that ole 'diller to get any closer to.....ummmm, hey...I forgot. I believe I'm older'n you!:P

Savannah Rose said...

"Shhh...be vewry, vewry, quiet. I'm hunting wabbits."

BTW Angie. I had to start using Mozilla Firefox. IE wouldn't let me sign in to my blogspot and leave comments. My sister uses Google Chrome and loves it. We use Firefox at work and I like it a little better. Glad to see you back in Bloggerville :)

Angie Ledbetter said...

Tere - check your settings in Dashboard. I don't have trouble with formatting...so there's gotta be an easy explanation. (Emailed ya a link for some real Italian agita cure.) ;)

LOL. Thanks, Andrea.

Good one, Charles! :D

HahaHA, Suldawg. I've missed seeing/reading you in Bloggerville!

Karen, but your brain's better. *grin*

Love it, Savannah, and thanks!

Lynda R Young said...

That's why I married a tech geek--he fixes all my technical problems ;)

Angie Ledbetter said...

Smart lady, Lynda. :)

Jan Rider Newman said...

Ha-ha. Just call me Barney.
"Okay, to my right--the acorns. To my left--pecans!"

Angie Ledbetter said...

LOL Jan. Barney & Betty. :)

And the winner of the caption contest is.........

Good ol' Suldawg! Thanks for playing along, y'all.

Glynis said...

Using chrome and can see your pics!

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