I have been having trouble with g-rad. I tried posting something the other day- it was really just a copy & paste from livejournal- but it would not post. It refused. I addressed the issue with George and it worked for him several times, even while logged in as me. But it won't work for me on any computer, be it a Mac, PC, using Firefox, IE, Safari, etc. I just can't copy and paste an entry into here. And I thought it was really good too. It was about how much I love the fall and all this other sappy bs. But liked it. But g-rad didn't. G-rad told me no. G-rad told George to tell me no. No told me to tell g-rad, "George!". Alas, I am now trying to write a long post of original material to do a test for George. Let's hope this works.
Will this work? What is the issue with this? George tells me that he, Tom and James have all posted long-ish stuff. But why won't mine go? Am I frowned upon? Are there questionable words in my post? Is George lying to me? Should I leave? I don't know. I just want this to work and to keep on blogging. Because of this predicament I have momentarily retired from blogging. I decided that if I can't post my entry entitled "pumpkin pies and early nights", then I shall neither create new entries nor post comments. Well, I did post a few comments, but not as many as I should have. I lost faith in g-rad.
And why would I lose faith in g-rad? How selfish of me. How selfish of me that I've been treating g-rad so poorly. I don't comment on blogs, I rarely comment in the forum, I never moderate and I don't read enough. To be honest, I'm intimidated. What do I do? What's good enough for 'g-rad'? George says post everything He wants content! I keep referring to George when I talk about g-rad. Is that fair to Ben and the other founding fathers/mothers of g-rad? What about Jane's art? The lovely squirrel that docbeezy hated so much? She deserves as much respect as the blog her squirrels adorn. And yet I cite fear, anxiety and nervousness for my reasons in not blogging. Shame on me.