Thursday, November 22, 2012


Don't have heart failure, please!  Yes, Life with Lynnie (LwL) is being posted today, on the previous site!  More about this, another time!  :)

A couple of days ago, I went to the site and tried to make a new posting, as I do daily.  To my surprise, I had trouble saving what I had written. 

Yes, it needs to be saved, in order to preview what's been written.  Besides, if anything went wrong, I'd lose all I had written, if it wasn't saved.

When I clicked to save my writing, I got a message saying the server was busy.  This happened time and time, again.

Even when I went offline and tried again later, I kept getting the same message and couldn't even access my blog site!

Hmmm... where had I seen this, before?  Oh, yes!  On my site!  The one I used up until October, when I couldn't access any functions on the site.

Feeling rather upset, I decided to take a look at the old site.  When I say I was shocked, I mean it.  Truly, I was shocked!

To my surprise, blogger had gotten my site working, again!

At first, I wasn't sure whether or not to use it.  In the end, I decided to not take a chance on it.  At least, until I was able to check it out further, and make sure all was functioning well.

Today, I once again reviewed LwL's back office.  I believe it is working well.  At least, I hope so!

It's not that I didn't like  I did.  And, I liked the set up they used.  However, there were things I didn't like.

Hmmm... like not being able to post any photos.  Not even of myself!  Nor could I figure out how to create a menu on that site, or do any of the things that seem so simple here on blogger!

With today being Thanksgiving day in USA, and knowing I enjoy posting pics on such occasions, I thought I would give it a go once again, here on

 To all my American friends, I wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

There is so much to be thankful for! 

Not just family.  And friends.  Not just for the freedom enjoyed, thanks to those who have given of themselves to protect freedom.  Not just for celebrating a meal, whether alone or together with others.

Of even greater importance, is the fact that God saved us.  I am referring to those who were not just called, but were chosen.

He made His plan of redemption for us.  So that, whosoever calls upon the name of His Son, Jesus Christ, shall be saved.

Thinking about this, brought to mind Acts 16:31, "And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."

What more could we ask for?  Nothing. 

By trusting in Jesus, we are assured eternal life with God, in heaven.  Hallelujah! 

On this special day, and indeed every day, let each of us be thankful!

Until next time...

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