Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Surprise, surprise!

Miracles take a bit of time. In this case about six to seven weeks. On Sunday evening I was reading the preview of a post that I had intended to publish on Monday and I noticed that it had comments attached to it. Yes, that is correct an unpublished post with comments. When I read through the comments I realised that they belonged to the post that had disappeared. Now that I had both the post, which husband had saved and the comments, I have resurrected the post that disappeared and have published in back where it belonged on May 11. I have changed the title around as Blogger did not seem to like the original title. So for any of my readers that wondered what I was on about, it is there for you to read.

I had not intended to take yet another break from Blogland, but husband and I had a deadline to meet, which really means that I had a deadline to meet as it was me that did the legwork and husband put his name to it. Hopefully the subject matter will make an interesting post when we know the outcome of the deadline. Now I just need to retype the post that I had to delete on Sunday evening so that I could marry up the disappeared post with its comments. Blogger must have read that post and thought 'I'll give her something to write about!'

13 comments:

Rob-bear said...

Isn't technology marvellous. It does the craziest things, which it assumes will bring us joy at the unveiling. And we are not amused!

Glad you now have post and comments back together where they belong.

But please don't keep us waiting too long. Else we'll fret that you've sold the cottage and bought a castle, or something equally elegant.

Jennyta said...

I think I'm lost! ;)

Akelamalu said...

Que????? LOL

cheshire wife said...

Rob - I think that technology that went wrong was the cause of the problem.

Jennyta -I am baffled too. I just muddle through all of this technology.

Akelamalu - amusing I know, but also a nuisance.

the fly in the web said...

Another miracle of Blogger....I sometimes feel that it is like a capricious tribal god...

Maggie May said...

Blogger never ceases to amaze me.
Glad you got it all back.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Blogger does some amazing things sometimes. I just shake my head and start all over again. Sometimes there is no time so I just delete! Keep well, don't over do it. Diane

GaynorB said...

Blogger is reliably quirky!

It is good to solve a problem. Bravo!

cheshire wife said...

fly - if Blogger behaved itself in the first place we would not need miracles.

Maggie May - yes I am glad that I managed to put it back together again.

Food,Fun & Life - ignorance can be bliss!

Gaynor - I would rather not have had the problem to solve.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

You lost me somewhere along the way CW but I will keep looking in to see what I missed! A x

Jenny Woolf said...

I don't think I will EVER understand Blogger! :)
By the way I have now joined your site, although I had been reading it for a while.

cheshire wife said...

SJA - I think that I know what happened but I am not going to try to explain it.

Jenny - thank you for becoming a follower. I only know who is reading from the comments.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Interesting :)