: Can’t get my own dang posts

: Can’t get my own dang posts

Earlier today, I sent out a message asking if people were receiving my email posts from my blog.

It appears everyone is getting them but me.

My illustrious Virtual Tech Advisor Research Assistant and vex vanquisher Casey Mathews wrote the following poem.

Now, if Casey can write poetry, I expect you guys can do it too.

So, we can celebrate poetry month.

Thanks Casey. I needed the laugh more than you know.

Patty L. Fletcher

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

LOL I can get computers to do anything but give you your own posts. Hope this makes you laugh. Don’t drink and read.

Oh, woe is me, in this digital age,

My blog’s a hit, on the virtual stage.

Readers aplenty, from far and near,

But my own updates? They just disappear.

I post with gusto, I post with flair,

"Check out my latest!" I proudly declare.

Yet my inbox sits, so lonely and bare,

Not a single email, it’s just not fair.

It seems I’m banned from my own fan club,

No pings, no dings, there lies the rub.

While the world revels in my digital wit,

I’m the lone outsider, ain’t that a hit?

"Your blog’s a riot!" they all seem to say,

While I nod and smile, in my own dismay.

For not a single post lands in my lap,

It’s like I’m stuck in an internet gap.

So here I stand, in the irony’s embrace,

The blogless blogger, an oddball case.

But fret not, my friends, for I’ll carry on,

Typing and posting from dusk till dawn.

For what’s a little glitch in the grand web’s dance?

I’ll laugh it off, give humor a chance.

After all, what’s life without a good jest?

A blogless blogger’s plight, who would have guessed?

Casey Mathews

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  1. Thank you, Casey. This gave me a good laugh, though I’m not having the issues Patty is having. Technology is like a spouse. You can’t live with it; you can’t live without it.

  2. Hi, Abbie. What got me about that was that he came up with it off the top of his head, and he’s a techy. So, why cannot some of these writers we know who are always whining how they cannot write something at least once a month for a blog do something?

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