Monday, September 27, 2010

Seriously...I'm about to lose my blog...

Everytime I try to log in- there's a problem with the password or my hotmail acct info!
I might have to switch to something else :(

It makes me so sad...

But, alas, we get what we pay for!

No matter... I will figure this out- or make a better plan...or something :)

Hugs everyone :)

10 comments:

dianne said...

Good luck with that dear Mayden, try and get in touch with Blogger or Google and see if they can help.
xoxoxo ♡

J Cosmo Newbery said...

:-(

Skunkfeathers said...

Blogger's had some problems lately; I've been getting a few Error Code 503 messages...I persist, and get through the interference. Hang in there, Cora!

foam said...

i sometimes get the error code. it's been minor although i've heard of some people having a lot of trouble.

Libby said...

GOOD LUCK, poor cora! i've been lucky wuth mine so far! ask sj for help...he'll be flattered!

Mayden' s Voyage said...

Thanks everyone...perhaps is just a glitch? We'll see. I've had at least 3 moments when I couldn't log in- which kind of made me feel like being locked out of my own house! (and no windows to break to get back in!)

Hopefully I can write a post about my latest visitors from the blog world :)

/t. said...

beautiful mayden,

blogger is goofy of late...

as usual...

but i'm betting will stabilize again

you can't go

<3 <3 <3

Libby said...

no, cora, you can't leave us!!! teehee! c'mon over, i posted something abt tru & tif's bday!

The Phosgene Kid said...

Blogger folks are probably pissed that you use hotmail instead of Google mail. Good luck!!

X. Dell said...

There used to be this natural progression of folks from Blogger to WordPress, to some other site where they could have their own domain. I remember many of the switchers saying that their radership went down for some reason after the switch. But that was a long time ago. I don't suppose that's true anymore.

What's also not true anymore is the "natural progression." More people are networking these days through Twitter and Facebook, neither of which are so content driven.

Well, Don't think I'm not around to see you wherever you land.