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Monday, July 30, 2012

Someone should tell me no!

Especially when I start fooling around with the settings on my blog.

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Sorry, everyone. I tried adjusting the settings of the blog so that comments were only open to Google followers this week while the giveaway is going on. I thought it would make my life easier when I started gathering comments for the drawing.

All I did was make it impossible for anyone to comment. Ooops! Never fear...I've added all you new followers to the list of potential winners.

I think the problem is solved, but let me know if you've joined and still can't comment. (Do I hear my SIL in the background chuckling? He thinks I'm technologically impaired...and apparently he's right.)


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Be sure to check my July 28 post for the giveaway of these items:


12 comments:

  1. Thank you, I tried to leave a message days ago :)

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    1. You're definitely on my list. I added all the new followers, since it was my fault you couldn't leave a comment, not yours. :) Thanks for joining!

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  2. Thanks Dana, I appreciate your help & quick response too.
    Cheers ~ Lara

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    1. Sorry for the inconvenience, Lara, and thanks for letting me know about the problem. My mother called it "meddling" when I was a kid and touched things I shouldn't. I guess there was a reason for her hands-off rule. Even as an adult, there are things I should leave alone. :)

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  3. I did write a comment on that stunning Belarti table but as you now know I was unable to send it. I basically said how much I loved it, you know Dana, gushy stuff like that.
    I am "challenged" by modern technology so I thought it was something I'd done! (otherwise I would've let you know) x

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    1. I wondered why I didn't get a single comment on that table, but I was going around totally oblivious to the fact that I screwed something up when I changed the settings. No wonder my SIL laughs at me so often about being challenged. The other day, I asked him to move my DVD player into the kids' playroom, and he called me in to watch my 2 1/2 year old grandson matching the colors on the ends of the cord and hooking the thing up perfectly. Boy, did I ever feel stupid! :)

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  4. We love so much what you do that we pardon your glich!!!
    Keep up the awesome work!

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    1. Thanks so much, Martha! I promise I won't touch the settings again. :)

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  5. I tried to comment on that gorgeous table as well. Glad you're all fixed.

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    1. Sorry I inconvenienced everybody with my fumbling around with settings. :)

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  6. Such an amazing piece to give away...

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    1. Hope you went to our Facebook page to check it out.

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