Sunday, October 07, 2007

ONE LAST POST!!!!!!!!!

Well, it let me sign in one last time, without getting the 'you have entered an email that does not exist' message. So I am referring you to:


This blog will remain (I hope) as the archive of my older posts. Hope you'll visit me on my new one!


Saturday, October 06, 2007

I forgot to say...

...that if I can, I'll come here one more time and tell you the address of the new blog. I'll also add it to my signature line in my emails, and post it on my various sites and lists, including my MyArtProfile page (bookmark it, the pages are fun to browse). Hope I'll see you again!

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Well...first Yahoo killed my mayterry @ address. I had to still sign in to the Google account that managed this blog with that address, however.

No problemo, right? (Somehow I have this feeling that that's not correct in Spanish. You get the idea, though...)

Yes. Problem. For a couple of weeks I use my old email address to sign in. Then this evening I try to sign in so I can post to this account, and I get this error message: "You have entered an email that does not exist". So I fooled around for about an hour and a half, and finally--somehow, I'm not sure how--got to my Blogger dashboard, whence one posts and makes other additions, deletions, and changes. I have the feeling that it's very iffy that I'll be able to access this blog for long.

I sent an email to Blogger support, and it was supposed to be copied to my new, functioning gmail address, which is, and so far it hasn't shown up. So this blog may remain an archive for my past posts.

You'd think this would be a known bug, wouldn't you? But I couldn't find mention of it anywhere on Blogger's or Google's help pages, and I'm not going to waste another evening. So if by tomorrow I don't have a satisfactory answer to my question, I'll be working on a shiny new blog!

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Thursday, October 04, 2007

It's not a question, but a lesson learned in time...

Blowup with my daughter at the psych hospital tonight. This may be the last time I ever see her.

Today was her 30th birthday.
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