As I have said before, I LOVE hearing from y’all so much! It always makes my day when I get an email, comment, or Facebook message from you! But today I wanted to apologize to you…
I have heard from a couple of people, asking me if I had received their messages to me through my blog – and I searched my inbox and comments here without finding the messages that they were telling me about. I had chalked it up to technology glitches losing messages – but I found out over the weekend that I was very wrong.
I am so sorry…because now I realize that I wasn’t getting any of the emails that were being sent through the Contact page on my blog. I didn’t realize that there were 67 emails waiting for me there!
I feel so horrible about this. I really do try to respond to every single email that I receive – and I feel awful that these have sat for so long without a response. I will be answering each of them, but I wanted to apologize to those who have written to me and haven’t heard back. Would you please forgive me?
The issue with the Contact page has now been resolved, and each message should come straight to me! 🙂
This blog is helping me to become a teeny tiny bit more tech-savvy, but I still have so much to learn. Thank you for coming along with me on this journey! I am truly honored that you let me spend a little time with you each week!
Are we kindred spirits? Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by technology and gadgets? Please tell me that I’m not the only one!
Do you have any other questions for me? I aways really, truly, sincerely love hearing from YOU… and now everything is fixed so I can do just that! Leave me a comment here or email me at email@example.com if there is anything that you’d like to hear from me.
Have you signed up to have my new posts delivered straight to your inbox yet? Just go to the Subscribe Now section right under my picture – and type in your email address. You won’t miss a thing, and you will make my whole day! It’s as easy as that!
Until next time,
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