Saturday, September 13, 2008

Missing Comments???

Do you wonder where my comments have disappeared to from your own blogs?? I'm reading them! I'm keeping up with all of them! I love the posts and have millions of comments running around in my head! :) So, where have all my comments gone?


You see I'm a teacher. And my school district has blocked all blog access on our network internet, in the safety of the children you know. And last year I had figured out a "backdoor" way to be able to read and post on blogs no problem. This year we have all new computers (I "have" an awesome!!! new MacBook) and we have wireless internet and the network has changed. So no more backdoor. The wireless internet is great right now because I have a student teacher and "need" to be out of the classroom most of the day while she is in charge. Such a strange feeling. But finding things to do - not so easy. I mean come on, you can only look up ideas online for bulletin boards, lessons, art projects, etc for so long. As much as I love computers and the internet, I can't do that all day.

So... I discovered my newest addiction (in a good way) - Google Reader!!! Our network doesn't recognize that as a blog, so I added in all my blog addresses and it notifies me everytime there is a new post so that I can read it and keep up with the goings on. BUT, I can't comment. :( So the comments are there in my head and there are times at night while I'm online at home that I think to go and comment, but not as often as usual. Sorry!!!! :)


MacBooks ROCK!! Me and hubby got a MacBook Pro off Craigslist (well actually, IT'S MINE!!!) It has a lot of cool software that I have no idea how to use :( but it is so cool and I like it.


Shea said...

So glad you figured out a back door. I enjoy reading your blog very much but do not comment as much as a I should.

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I am a single mom to four amazing kids; each of whom just happen to have been adopted. The first three were adopted through foster care, and we just completed an international adoption from Haiti. Our family has grown through adoption and I am all the more blessed to know each of my children. I worship a mighty God, teach Special Ed, love bargains, and am inspired by Pinterest... come along with us for the ride!

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