Sunday, February 17


One wrong click and pop.squirt..fizzle. I now have a new template and all of my HTML work is gone. ok.. breathe... a new layout.. I can do this. IT IS TIME FOR CHANGE! AaaaahhhhH!!!


Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Oh no! Glad that you can be so philosophical about it all. I'd be down to the last hair on my head. Course, I also know that you'll create something beautiful again!

Sherry said...

Oh yes, CRAP would be my thoughts too....and you will design something even better than what you loved before -- maybe this was just "someone's" way of saying "Abbie, it's time for a change" -- and even with that philosophy I'd still be saying "CRAP"!!!

Carolyn said...

I`m sure you`ll come up with something else Abbie !
Did you not save the HTML to your hard drive ? I think that`s what you need to do , so you can download that one again ! if you want to use it that is , after all your hard work ..

Abbie said...

Lol!! I hit the save template.. thinking that was to save to my hard drive (they are very similiar)I just hit the wrong thing.. oh well. I'll work on it today, we are iced in again and school was cancelled. Again.

Mary said...

Oh Abbie, that was too bad after all your hard work! Isn't it amazing how one tap of your finger can wreak such havoc? Good luck!

BTW, the word verification for my comment is "oopvp" -- sounds like something you'd say when you hit the wrong key!

Tara said...

Hmmm...looks like the cold weather will be a blessing for you to do what you'd like, but I think this looks great, too!

Firefly Hill said...

Bummer Abbie! Your blog was so beautiful and chock full! What crazy weather--you are iced in and it is 64 degrees here!


Paula B. - GemStateMom said...

popped in for a visit from your Etsy shop. Enjoyed your blog and your writing style/insights very much. Sorry to hear that you lost work and have to re-do.

Look forward to visiting again!

Jewelgirl said...

I've done it! Loaded a photo
and zapped it five times,
of course I was being asked
an important kids question
at the time like, "Where are
my socks Mom?!"