Good Grief!

I thought I’d tackle that photo on our home page tonight and as you can see I’ve managed to delete our logo and our photo is filling the screen nearly life size! Hahaha! I’m working on it but I might have to enlist help. See, I told you I led a simple life – but definitely not uncomplicated in this case. Please just ignore it until I can get this fixed! My apologies.

27 thoughts on “Good Grief!

  1. Pamela

    Is there a story about Connie’s necklaces? One looks like a Samsonite key and one looks like a lock box key.

  2. Dorothy

    I love the picture !!. No need to feel “sick” about anything. We all love you and the blog. As they say, “ask a 10 year old” when it comes to computer problems/questions. Wish I had a 10 year to ask 🙂

    1. Jessica

      If I lived next door to you, I’d send over my 7-year old grandson! Kid knows more about my iPhone and iPad I ever will!

  3. Fiona at Ice Bear Quilts

    Lovely photo of you both, Mary, even if it wasn’t quite what you were aiming for!
    Check your header settings in the page format bit of your site set-up/theme.

  4. Colleen

    Oh gosh if that’s the worst time to happen consider it a great day ha ha
    It’s a lovely picture and I didn’t have to enlarge it to see, thanking you

  5. Kathy in NY

    What a chuckle first thing this morning …..yup you need Reed. These younger folks know more about technology than us. Mary you just make me laugh and when I saw the big picture of you and Connie, I smiled even more!

  6. Rita

    Mary if you type in your browser on changing photo size on your iPad, it will tell you how to change it somewhat. Mine is an orlder ipad but I chose a photo, then hit edit. There are some symbols on the bottom that allow you to change items on your photo. I think you want the crop symbol. Just play around a bit. Chose a photo that you have more than one of so you don’t mess up a precious photo. Hope that helps.

  7. Anita Fetzer

    Not to worry😙……The picture of you & Connie is wonderful and yes you both have beautiful white teeth. Bet that darling Reed will help you, the kids all know everything about computers. At least you tried, I wouldn’t know where to begin.

  8. Ellie

    I love seeing the “big picture” of you and Connie! Not all of us would look as good blown up that way!

  9. Bonnie Crane

    I agree with Ellie. Not all of us would look that good blown up. My wrinkles would show even more than they do now!!!! You girls are adorable.

  10. Karen

    I think it’s nice to see you nearly “life size”. Hope you’ve been able to find someone to help you get the header you want.

  11. Martha Engstler

    I love the picture too. That is a fabulous picture to us even if you aren’t thrilled with it. I admire the ability you do have with the blog. I couldn’t even start to do what you do. I just like to know you are there. I’m wondering if you are snowed in or if you escaped this last big snow we see on the weather channel.

  12. Felicia Hamlin

    Wonderful picture, Mary! You two look so young, what are you eating or drinking? In other words, what is your secret? Have a good night.

  13. Jeanie, sw IL

    I know this was not what you were going for, but it is a great picture! You both look wonderful and have really cute glasses.

  14. Dianne H. in central Ohio

    Hi Mary. I have to chuckle about the picture, but I know how frustrating working with technology can be. Sometimes everything works just the way you want it to, while there are other times when it drives you crazy. Good luck with the picture.

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Dianne H – roads were too bad to drive to Reed’s today so it still isn’t fixed!

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