Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Something Broke and Jan Forgot

Hey, thanks to all you who saw our comment on the CB and let us know what you see on jff when you visit.  At least we know this black nightmare background isn't our imagination.  It isn't our browser or antivirus either.  Our Blogger Template Designer is broken and we can't do anything about the blog till they can fix it.  At least we put in a "something is broken" in the Google Blogger group (used to be help forum) and hope they will fix it. 

Meanwhile, please bear with us.  We realize the blog is a bit hard to read.  At least we have begun to see a flash of our background when our blog loads before it disappears again. We downloaded a copy of our blog - in case. Let's hope it won't be needed. 

This has been a very traumatic day for us.  First thing this morning, the missing blog background reared its ugly head and cost us LOTS of time trying to find where / how to report it.

So Jan was running a bit late when the shelter called.  She said she needed half an hour at least (she was cleaning cat boxes).  She rushed and just as she was about to shut down the computer, there was some loud, impatient horn blowing.  They were 10 minutes early.  She grabbed her fanny pack / camera bag and rushed out the door.

(Now if you remember last week when Jan was rushing around, she tried to attend Bible study / pot luck supper wearing two different shoes.  Hereditary and Matching Shoes)

When they arrived at the shelter, she slid down and out (it's a H-I-G-H truck) and saw her camera bag flop open. 

Yep, the camera was home on the computer desk where she last downloaded photos.  The AC / shelter manager couldn't yell at her or say what he was likely thinking - he messed up last week.  But it was pretty embarrassing to have to be driven back home to pick up the camera. 

And now we've got to let Jan post them to Petfinder, so we'll make a couple of quick comments and sign off.

We continue to pray for Ann and her family.  Our hearts are too heavy to say more. 

Squashie has found two blood donors.  You can read about it on the TK & Squashie blog.

We're sorry Tamir is sick. He gave his mom quite a scare.


  1. Bowsers, we didn't see this the last time we visited. It sure drives the eyes nutty.

    Essex & Sherman

  2. hahaha funny funny
    Blogger does like to play tricks,
    At least we can still read your bloggie
    the black design does kind of grow on you though :-)

  3. Looks like "None of the Above" or "Do Not Enter" gone crazie.

    FWIW, if you select (or hit Select All) things get a little more readable, at least on Firefoxx.

  4. At least the comment box is ok!! Hope it is sorted soon :(

  5. Wowwzers! It is strange! Jan we feels for yous!

  6. We see black background and weird circles.

    Tamir says thanks for mentioning him. We'll get the bloodwork results tomorrow.

    The Florida Furkids

  7. OH wowza is right.
    WE hope that blogger will get this fixed for you right way.

    purrs for Jan!!!

    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

  8. Oh dear...Jan you are having a terrible day. This can only get better now.

  9. We just hate it when the crazy shows up!

  10. This is beyond maddening! I guess you at the mercy of waiting until things can get fixed. Hopefully it won't be long. When I was reading about your camera bag being opened I thought oh no don't tell me it fell to the ground. Was glad to hear that it was at home. Phew.

  11. Blogger... Blogger...
    I hope you can fix it soon!
    Take care
    Kisses and hugs

  12. Blogger is wonderful when everything is working, but when something goes wrong, watch out for the humans! We hope you get it fixed soon.

  13. Hi Jan!! We can read your Blog posts and leave comments!! And see all the sidebars pictures!! We hope Google gets it fixed for you real fast!
    Your TX furiends,

  14. Oh Jan and all at JFF!! Your blog!! What's happened!!! Oh dear!! Awwww but we can still read the posts though and comment which is great!!

    Take care


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