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Monday, September 12, 2005


I just wrote this long and terribly insightful post about how hard it is to parent my particular set of children and why, and frigging Blogger ate it. This is the perfect ending to a completely shitty day.
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Blogger L said...

:( Oh, I hate that.
I have a difficult enough time trying to update my blog at all, let alone finish a worthy post.

Hopefully it'll come back to you. Either that, or you will push the shitty day out of your mind.

13/9/05 10:30 PM  
Blogger Belinda said...

You know what I do? I compose my posts in the body of an email, then send it to myself (in case the computer itself or my internet connection wonks out), and then copy and paste it into Blogger.

I have had many of these angry sessions until I decided better safe than sorry. And if I'm doing a long one with lots of pictures (like the pony story or the movie post yesterday), I "save as draft" several times throughout.

14/9/05 8:55 PM  
Blogger margalit said...

Good idea. I think I'll do that on the longer posts.

14/9/05 10:36 PM  

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