In the Art Room

Gee, don’t I feel stupid.

   
Every day I log-in to Blogger to check out what’s happening, even if I don’t have anything to post that day. And every day I’ve been HUGELY disappointed.

“What? No comments to approve? What is going on here? I feel so unloved.”

And then this evening, for whatever reason, I clicked on one of my posts and noticed that there were some comments.

“Wait, what? I don’t remember approving those. Did I do it during a cold medication-induced haze?”

And then I looked at another post and saw comments there as well. And then I looked at another post and saw even more comments (and so on and so on.)

And then I felt like the biggest dope as I recalled that I disabled the approve comments feature weeks ago. So, long story short, thank you, and I apologize for not replying to your comments. I didn’t realize they were there.

Hope everyone has a safe and restful Thanksgiving break!

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2 thoughts on “Gee, don’t I feel stupid.

  1. So here's another comment! I have my blog set up so that I am notified via email when a comment is left on my blog. The actual comment is visible in the email so I don't even need to go to the blog to read it if I don't want to. This is hugely helpful because sometimes a comment is left on a post I wrote months and months ago and might never have noticed. I didn't set it up to be notified that way originally, but I changed it when I realized that it was getting way too hard to find comments when my # of posts had grown. I highlty recommend you go into your blog setup and change this, and you'll never feel left out again!!

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