Tuesday, September 9, 2008

You don't let me call, you don't let me write...

RRRRRRRRR.

I am NOT happy with the company that hosts this blog right now.

I have a simple problem, that requires a simple answer, but there is NO way to contact a person--not even by email--at Blogger. The best they can do is give me a "help group" where I'm at the mercy of other bloggers that might stumble across my question and happen to know what to do, and feel like telling me. Seriously? So what do the people who actually run the company do all day? Probably have donut eating contests and play Pac Man. RRRRRR.

On the up side, things are still going swimmingly here. I've got the kids' rooms to a point where they can almost be categorized as organized, and I've been spending some great time with my grandmother. Ethan's loving hanging out at home and runs around like a crazy man most of the time. Abby rode the bus home today, which she has been begging to do since day 1, and she LOVED it. I'll probably let her do it every day since it's way easier and just as quick. At dinner tonight, she used the word "perimeter." I've said it before and I'll say it again: she is her mother's daughter.

4 comments:

Sarah said...

All the cool kids are bus-riders! AMEN seems to be doing well -- glad to hear it!

Brad said...

So what technical issue are you having with the blog? As one of your more geeky friends I'm a little hurt that you've not reached out in your time of need. :)

Katrenia said...

Ah, how typical of the "service" provider industry. What do they care if you have a question? What are you going to do if they don't answer it? Leave? Go start a blog somewhere else? They know the average user will just opt to grin and bear it with their mediocre service. It's much cheaper to lose a few customers than it is to provide a quality product and great customer service. Yes, AT&T, I'm talking about you . . .

Matt said...

Abby is such a smart kid! What other kindergartener knows the word "perimeter"?!?!

We enjoyed seeing y'all the other night. Thanks again!