Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Futile Frustration

crying lady

This is me

Crying Tears of Frustration

I spent time off and on all day today

creating a post -

Before I started work this morning

While the kiddoes were here all afternoon

After they left, and before church

Maine Mom had tagged me

I finished it

I lost it

I don't have the memory or energy to try to replicate it


I'll be back soon with something else

Good Night


Linda said...

Oh Dawn - I am so sorry. I know just how you feel. These are the times I just feel like heaving the computer right out the window.
Get a good night's rest.
By the way - Just a Little Talk With Jesus is one of the songs my husband used to sing with his brothers. Great quartet number.
See you on sunday. We're off to spend a few days watching the grandkids.

Susie said...

I feel your pain. Just get some rest and do another post when you feel like it.

Morning Glory said...

That's such a bummer!! I've had that happen. Now when I'm working on something detailed or lengthy, I highlight and copy it before I tell it to publish. Then if blogger eats it up, I can paste it into a new post.

Hope you have a good night's sleep.

Diane J. said...

Man, do I ever understand and sympathize, Dawn. I've had that happen more times than I can count. Most of the time it's Blogger's fault, but occasionally it's my own dumb fault.

Tomorrow's another day. We'll be here when you get around to posting again. No worries, no hurries. ;-)

Love and hugs,


Dawn said...

This was my fault. I highlighted to rectify a color problem and it just blipped away. I couldn't get it to come back. Maddening.

groovyoldlady said...

Empathy here, my dear friend. When I was on Xanga I lost several posts. Ruined my day! But don't let it ruin yours. God is still good, even when our words escape into the Internetherworld.

Maine Mom said...

That is so frustrating! At least I know you tried. :-)

Barb said...

That hasn't happened to me in a while, knock on wood. But I know how frustrating it is. Forget it and move on. We'll be here when you get another one put together.