Bitterness Doesn’t Become Me…

Published September 13, 2022 by Nan Mykel

But it’s hard to shake off what Google is doing.  I’m no longer gleeful and keep wondering how wealthy the wealthy  really need to be.  I learned last week that if you don’t have a cell phone it’s almost impossible to change a forgotten password on Google.  And tonight when I tried to retrieve a very recent “trashed” communication I was told that some of it no longer existed.  Poof, just like that.   I’ll sure welcome any sweet dreams that come my way tonight…

P.S. I know I have a lot of images in my media library, but the site kept saying how much more unused space I had in my library.  And just now when I tried to post an image from my Media Library to this post I found the procedure so changed I was unable to do it.

Does anyone have a history with this kind of thing and how did it turn out and how?  It’s hard to keep my level of enjoyment up to enable me to forge ahead.


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