I contacted the Happiness Engineers at WordPress to find out what the disconnected comment situation is all about. In my case, it usually happens if I publish in mobile (rarely) or if I start writing in mobile, and then finish/publish on my laptop (usually).
Some of us blog to empty our heads into the keyboard, as Jonathan would say. Others focus on Perfect Moments (Anthony), or gratitude (TracyEllen). Many of us just type randomly about this or that and get on with our day. Others still have new themes each week, or intersperse their blogging by creating stories…still others have art or photography to share. It’s endless, really, what is possible with blogging.
It’s all good. We are the owners, bosses, big Kahunas of our little domain on the internet and we can do what we want.
There is this cloud, it’s hanging over my head.
Maybe it’s the time of year.
Good morning…it is 7:30 am in Toronto, Canada, and I am obsessed with some a dysfunction on my blog.
The last three posts I had posted did not automatically have the comments activated.
I wondered what the heck was up with that…why why why? I love reading comments during my morning coffee. Especially when I write stupid, ranty stuff.
I hurt my back last week somehow and have been unable to run. I’m grumpy about that because it was sorta kinda finally coming together…but it can’t be helped. I’m hoping by next week all is back to normal. 😐
Writing for National Novel Writing Month has had a bit of a rocky start. But, like many parents around the world, weekends belong to youth sports, so there’s that.
Still, since November 1, I have managed to churn out a small amount of the anticipated 50k total expected by the end of the month: alas, only about 2000 words so far. None of them for the memoir though – I’m working on a different story.
Someone recently asked me, if I could choose to undo, or copy and paste, in real life, which would I choose?