WordPress Is Still Not My Friend!

I pretty much hate WP now…I never like to say hate but since WP isn’t really a person I feel ok saying it. I spent most of yesterday trying to figure out why WP hated me but it has to do with an ill fated day in 2016 when I thought I was going to switch over to WP but didn’t. That was the only blog that came up yesterday…a site with a title and no name. I didn’t even know how it happened! One minute everything was fine and within hours everything familiar was gone. So I am blogging with a minimal amount of photos until I figure it all out. Sigh! I need my photos!

I started this book yesterday but I don’t think I can finish it. Too many high school sexy bits for me. It’s kind of uncomfortable! Does this mean I am getting prudish?

Not sure what I am reading next…

Monday was Skippack Hair Day! My hair…my formerly thick hair…had thinned a bit from the last chemo but it’s getting thick again. Lauren T…my stylist…cut off all of my raggedy grown in pieces and made it shorter but it will grow in better!

Here is where I am now!

And here, too…

I am not dealing with WP today at all. WP gave me a headache yesterday. I will get used to blogging with minimal photos!


15 thoughts on “WordPress Is Still Not My Friend!

  1. Ti says:

    I’m not understanding your WordPress issue. Log out and back in. You should be able to select which blog you are updating if you have more than one in there.


  2. Shirley McCollough Cantriel says:

    Patty, does Word Press not have a tech support line online or by phone? Your haircut looks great. Your hair may be thinner but you still have hair. Hope you are doing better. 

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone Shirley McCollough Cantriel


  3. Laurel-Rain Snow says:

    I read that Normal People is written without quotation marks, so that alone will keep me from it. I don’t like writing styles that make it challenging to know who is talking and when. LOL.

    I like your hair…and I hope you figure out your blog.


    • Patty Magyar says:

      Thanks…me, too! It doesn’t have quotation marks! I didn’t even think about that. It just seemed as though it was more about sex…at least in the first 10 %…now I feel as though I should go back to it!


  4. Kathryn says:

    Only go back to it if you really want to, so many books calling your name. Love the hair, I have always had thin hair, a throw back to the german side of my grandmother’s family. We call it the Brunning hair! Genetics. Do hope WP behaves, because I work from my laptop its easy, as I said last time must have a go from my iPad.


  5. lakesidemusing says:

    Your hair looks so pretty!! Love the cut!

    As for Normal People… if that is too much, RUN AWAY from Cape May by Chip Creek!! That one practically borders on pornography! Normal People definitely made me uncomfortable, but I think that may be part of the point. The way the relationship changes over time is so well done. I listened to it and loved the Irish accent, but am not sure I could have read it in print. It seemed hard to follow without quotation marks.


    • Patty Magyar says:

      Thank you for this. It is an uncomfortable book to actually read. I wasn’t bothered by the lack of quotation marks but all of the words seem to clump together on the pages. Just so much print with no spaces…I am torn about this book but listening to it might be worse for me…thanks about my hair!


  6. Stefanie says:

    Hmm, I don’t understand your WP issue but you do blog from your iPad, yeah? So that may be somewhat different than me here on the laptop? Your hair looks great!


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