My blogging problems have forced my hand and I’ve downloaded Chrome.
And I don’t like it.
The writing looks odd and it may coincidence but my laptop's been running awfully slowly ever since.
I also don’t like the new Blogger thingy. I don’t like having to think about things that are normally automatic – as I'm forced do now because it’s all different.
Why do they have to keep changing things that work? I’m an old dog. I’m not fond of new tricks.
I’ve given in and joined Facebook, too. But I didn’t want everyone from real life knowing what I was up to, so I’m there under a false name. Which was fine. But I couldn’t not friend my lovely niece – and when she listed me as her aunt, my mother found me. And then started to post rubbish on my wall (sorry Mam, but you did). So I started another account in my own name for family. But I made the mistake of friending myself, so then I was recommended to the friends I’d made on the first account.
Already the edges are blurring – and it’s all catching up with me.
Not content with confusing myself to this extent, I’ve also had the cheek to set up a writer page. The idea was to put anything to do with my writing on there, Not much in the way of news on there as yet, but I live in hope.
I have found and friended some of you. But if there are any of you I haven’t managed to find and you would like to friend me, I’m there as Melissa Welsh - I've tried to link but it doesn't work (that will be technology playing up again). No doubt FB will do its stuff and invite you to friend my personal account from there.
And if you want to like me, you can do that here. (Oddly, this link seems to work.)
I’m up to 27 likes on that page now. Once I get to 30, I'll get to see something I can’t see at the moment. It's all wonderfully mysterious. And, being a nosy parker, I can’t wait.