Old in More Ways — Aargh!

There goes my mind! Catch it!

Aargh!  I just tried to post a poem to d’Verse tonight (Thursday, May 10) and I may have been successful because I got at least one response, but I don’t see anything myself when I click on my name.  I had trouble posting about 2 years ago but can’t now–at least not so I can see.  Maybe the problem is that the name of my poem is the same as the prompt?  So I changed the name to “My Bridge.”  Interestingly the one response I got on my site then changed to a heading that said he was responding to “My Bridge.”

Also, there’s the question that if I click on my permalink address I’m asked if I want to:

Open link in new tab

Open link in new window

Open link in incognito window

Save link as

Copy link address

Copy https://nanmykel.com//201805/10/where’sthatconfoundedbridge

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When I tried to post with “My Bridge” I am told that “Blenza says that  Link url must begin with ‘http://’….  (NO! That’s NOT what it said:  It said  &  #  39  ;  http  :  //  &  #  39  ;  )

I’ll bet you think I’m making this up, don’t you?  You didn’t miss much.

Thanks for the comment anyway, Frank!

About Nan Mykel

At 79, I was just about to stop keeping a journal, but that felt like accepting that growth was finished. I don't want to be finished, yet! I'm 80 now, and struggling to communicate with you, if you'll come and set awhile. P.S. My how time flies! I'm 82 now.
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2 Responses to Old in More Ways — Aargh!

  1. Your link is up on the Blenza on the correct post over at Dverse Nan. So you did everything correctly. Opening up in a new tab means another tab will open on your current window. Open up a new window means another Google page will open with the relevant post. The rest I don’t understand. Good luck for next time!

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