Can’t upload a photo for some reason. This blog will probably bore you all to tears.

I’m consoling myself listening to Jimmy Page………………

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  1. wish I could help with the photo loading bit … I found it temperamental at first just keep trying … oh and resize your piccies to 1000 max … good luck and always have tissues at the ready

  2. wish I could help with the photo loading bit … I found it temperamental at first just keep trying … oh and resize your piccies to 1000 max … good luck and always have tissues at the ready

  3. Ta 70s, HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY BTW.
    Oh dear,is this why Diane doesn’t like Blogger? Or is it just difficult all over the blogoverse? I have a container-load from Kleenex on the way……………

  4. Ta 70s, HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY BTW.
    Oh dear,is this why Diane doesn’t like Blogger? Or is it just difficult all over the blogoverse? I have a container-load from Kleenex on the way……………

  5. Ta 70s, i’ll keep trying.
    DP, how often do I have to feed virtual fish?
    Oh, I am now blown away by ‘The Irish Rover’ (P0gues version) Thankyou Wogan.

  6. Ta 70s, i’ll keep trying.
    DP, how often do I have to feed virtual fish?
    Oh, I am now blown away by ‘The Irish Rover’ (P0gues version) Thankyou Wogan.

  7. I helped a friend with her Blogger blog for a while and just find WordPress is much more user-friendly and you get all the free stats. I didn’t realise you had to crop your images when I first started blogging. My first effort was an image I took of the moon during an eclipse and I couldn’t understand why only half of it appeared.

    You wouldn’t be able to have your little fishy in the sidebar in a WordPress blog though.

    I just fed your fish and he seems ravenous to me – ate the lot.

    Can you add Name and URL to the choice of ‘comment as’ options? It might allow me to be a little less formal then…

  8. I helped a friend with her Blogger blog for a while and just find WordPress is much more user-friendly and you get all the free stats. I didn’t realise you had to crop your images when I first started blogging. My first effort was an image I took of the moon during an eclipse and I couldn’t understand why only half of it appeared.

    You wouldn’t be able to have your little fishy in the sidebar in a WordPress blog though.

    I just fed your fish and he seems ravenous to me – ate the lot.

    Can you add Name and URL to the choice of ‘comment as’ options? It might allow me to be a little less formal then…

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