Blog Stuff

Posted On July 16, 2007

Filed under Confession, Ramblings

Comments Dropped 4 responses

I’m one of those gals who tries to respond to at least most of the comments that come in to my blog, I guess because I like to hold up my end of the conversation. While I don’t receive an avalanche of comments, there is a pretty steady clip. So it was a little surprising that the past few blog posts went uncommented — or so I thought.

I just found 47 comment emails in my Bulk Mail folder. Why my webmail suddenly decided — after nearly six months — that the comments from my blog were spam, I have no clue. I’m glad I caught it and I think I’ve it worked out, though.

Now, off to read!

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4 Responses to “Blog Stuff”

  1. Christi

    WordPress has been going through some funny things. I wasn’t getting comment updates either. Had a couple of comments in the spam folder too which is worth checking every now and again. Good for you on trying to respond to comments. I don’t have time or can’t be bothered lol. But I read them all and I’m happy for the very few I have that do read 😉

  2. randomrevelations

    so glad i stumbled across your blog. a closet blog reader. love your header-too cute. i’ll be back

  3. Vicki

    Hey–I too am a craft addict and wish I more time to craft, then photograph and then blog! but who could run my biz and or raise my boys!!

    Just thought I’d let you know that we have a beautiful selection of vintage inspired fabrics…if you’d like to add them to your list t’would be AWESOME.

    Thanks.
    http://warmbiscuit.com/fabricsall1.html
    Vicki

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