Sunday, March 27, 2011

If Blogger would co-operate.......

The post I have written for today is not behaving. As in no paragraphs, no matter how many times I play with the Html stuff. Sigh. So it can sit there in the folder.

The concerts are over, and they were wonderful. I, on the other hand, have discovered that 2 rehearsals and 2 performances in one week is pushing things way beyond the "I can do this" barrier. I am a wreck. Up, down, up, down, repeatedly, has taken its toll. So I am heading for the couch where, no doubt, I will fall asleep in seconds.

But I loved it all. The still plays in my head. Worth every minute of the consequences.

The other post? It was about one golden day 35 years ago today. But that can wait for another time.

Screech......this one has no paragraphs either!!!! I give up.


Linds said...

Well, now it has paragraphs. I have no idea what is going on.

Crystal said...

It has paragraphs for me too. I'm glad the concerts went well - hopefully the memories and the music humming in your head will help you to recover quickly!

I think I know what your post was going to be about. Thinking of you today as the memories swirl around. We will be married 35 years on July 30th. Another thing we share, my friend! Take care of yourself on these days of recovery and remembering.

Laurie in Ca. said...

I see paragraphs too Linds. Hope your body recovers soon and the music plays on in your memories. I would love to read the post that didn't seem to cooperate and I am praying your day is a wonderful and peaceful one for you too. Love you.

Love and Hugs, Laurie

Stripeyspots said...

Lots of lovely paragraphs...

Linds said...
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Linds said...

If you want to read thepostwithoutparagraphs, it is down there - under this one.
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Vee said...

Blogger fries me by days, too. If it's one thing I can not abide, it is troubles with formatting. I want what I want where I want it. I can scarcely stand going back to read in my archives because the formatting has gone completely whacky.

So glad that the music was wonderful and that the melodies play on. I am completely not happy that it took any kind of toll on you. Sigh. If you say it was all worth it, then I shall believe you.

Off to read "Once upon a time......"

Needled Mom said...

I'm glad that I didn't try to do a post as everyone seemed to have the same problems.

I am sure the concerts were beautiful.