Friday, February 23, 2007

Dear TypePad friends,

For some reason TypePad hasn't let me leave comments since yesterday. I've been trying to leave comments for several of you...with no luck. boo-hoo!! :(

Just know that I'm thinking about you...cuz I am!

Lots of love,
Jessie

11 comments:

Kristine said...

It wouldn't work for me either! I thought it was just me!

Jessie said...

i thought it was just me, too. well, it's good to know that it's typepad and not us...but that doesn't keep me from feeling frustrated about it anyhow! :P

Spiky Zora Jones said...

Hey Jessie...sorry you're fustrated. Sometimes it's a pain in the arse. I stopped by to say, have a wonderful weekend. As for me...I'm in a jazz phase. This song is in my head and I think I need to work it out...then maybe put it on paper. Later.

krista said...

you can visit me if you're feeling particularly talkative. I'm on wordpress.

bella said...

I know what you can do because I had the same problem!
Contact TypePad and tell them you can't leave a comment. They'll tell you what to do from there. It takes about 24 hours to fix the problem.

Jessie said...

thanks for the tip, bella! but what a hassle. hmmph. :S

Sophie said...

Typepad has driven me around the bend - i keep trying and it
has been annoying -

(sigh)

The Dream said...

Hi Jessie-
Thanks for the comment! I have some catching up to do with Finding Water, but I'll get there. Where exactly in the book is everyone, as of today? I love what I have read so far and the Divining Rods are fantastic exercises. Off to walk Sunny and get into a bath of lavender bubbles!
Eileen

melba said...

Computer problems are very frustrating!!!:(

Thinking about you too!

The Dream said...

Cool - I'm right on schedule. I had to hustle over the last two days, but I'm up to speed with the group. The exercises are amazing ... and I'm all about falling in love with myself. THAT'S a good feeling! Mucho Grande Thanks, Ei.

bella said...

It has something to do with your IP address. They might have blocked it as a spammer. They'll ask you for your IP address to fix the problem.
It's a bit of a hassle, I know.