Back in Business? 3-14-23

I think with Peggy’s nephew’s help, the blog is working correctly again. I can now see all your comments and all my prior posts. I’m off to an appointment right now but will catch up with you all later today. Whew!

49 thoughts on “Back in Business? 3-14-23

      1. Lynn in Scottsdale, AZ

        Hello back to you Patricia in San Tan Valley. Our niece used to live there, but now she is in North Phoenix working hard as a surgical nurse at the Mayo Clinic. She is the reason we live in this part of the valley.

  1. Joy in NW Iowa

    Oh! That’s a relief!
    Well, the weather is frightful! But at least we have sun!! Windy and drifting!
    Ive been doing some sewing, card making, and reading and making some vegetable beef soup. We bought a 1/4 of beef a few weeks ago. It’s yummy! We won’t talk about cost! So I have some soup bones!
    Mary, are u getting this wind too??
    Well, take care and stay safe!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Joy – yes, wind! Today from the southwest / no chickens outside today. Now that the blog is back I can show your pretty cards!

  2. Carolyn Boutilier

    glad you are back up and running.
    cold windy 35 degrees, no snow.
    Carolyn b Shenandoah Valley Va

  3. Jan Hebert

    That’s great! So glad you’re back! Jan in MA where we are having a snowstorm! High winds and snow through tomorrow morning. Yuck! But I’m not complaining!

  4. Kimberly Lusin

    Yes, Mary! Seems to be working. I got this post March 14. Glad the issue was resolved for you. It’s very cold here in Northwest Indiana but very sunny. My dog Banksy and I are in my sewing room. Have a great day.

  5. Kathy in western NY

    Hallelujah! I have missed you and all your readers. Glad Peggy’s nephew helped. I know as much about technology as I do about crypto currency which is zilch!

  6. Teresa from Port Coquitlam, BC

    I’m glad you are back as well. Missed getting your posts. Hope everyone has a wonderful day and remember we are one day closer to spring!

  7. RS in IA

    So glad there was someone to help. It can be so aggravating when the conveniences we take for granted don’t respond. Microwave ovens used to be fast; now we find ourselves waiting for the beeper!

  8. Debby Krzyston

    Please thank Peggy’s nephew from all of us!
    I know how you feel about electronics, I depend on my son for help.
    Have a good day. Hopefully the sun is shining by you 😊
    Debby, Wisconsin

  9. Sandy

    Hi Mary, we all let out a collective sigh of relief! Take care everyone, best wishes from Sandy

  10. MaureenHP

    Whew! The thought of not finding you in my inbox was not pleasant! Glad you’re back and thanks to Peggy’s niece. 🎉🎉🎉🎉

  11. Jeanine from Iowa

    I was so happy to see an email from you today! Looking forward to your next posting.

  12. Ann in PA

    Hello again, Mary and Chicken Scratch Country Threads friends! Soooooooooo glad that Peggy’s nephew could help. We are finally experiencing winter here in PA – snow, sleet, freezing rain, high winds and 4 shingles off the roof… so far! Yikes!

  13. Shirley Andersen Smith

    So glad to hear Mary. I tried to answer the other email but it would only let me type a couple letters and it froze, so am happy we have you back.
    Shirley from Oregon

  14. Lorraine McGeough

    So glad you have everything fixed. Your post came thru today too. Technology is for the birds right???!!!

  15. Diane, Squeak, Buddy in Central Ohio 30*

    Oh, Mary, that is good news! Whew. Thank you to you and Peggy’s nephew! Yippee!

  16. Sharon Eshlaman

    Yay, so happy the blog about nothing is back in business! You made my day! Darn, crazy technology😳

  17. Agatha B

    So glad. It is fantastic news the alternative would have been sad. Love your blog. Look forward to it every day!!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Launa – yes, I got this on the comments page!!! Try it again!

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