Wacky Wednesday – lost post

This is in support of Steeny Lou, of B.C. who had her important post manuscript deleted yesterday, never to be recovered.

via I need help getting my post back | Holy Sheepdip!


Jesus is always the answer to ALL our troubles.

Published by: G.W. πŸ˜‰

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5 thoughts on “Wacky Wednesday – lost post”

  1. Thanks for thinking of me, dear brother. I am feeling slightly emotionally numb today. Shaking even. I keep dropping things today. I barely slept last night. The feeling is like a miniature version of losing a loved one. Awful feeling.

    Yes, Jesus is the answer, because through Him we have something to look forward to. This world is messed up. If this was all there was, I’d have checked out long ago.

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    1. A writer losing a manuscript or any critical part thereof has long been compared, in a smaller way, to losing a loved one by many writers. And it results in a type of mourning. I can’t explain it, but I have experienced it.

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      1. I would like to read more about that very thing, and, in fact, I have looked it up on an internet search, but must be typing in the wrong key words.

        A similar feeling of devastation happened to me in 2013 when my handwritten journals disappeared. I blogged about it here:

        Losing Hand-Written Work

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  2. Posts are recoverable. I have not lost one in a while, but when I did, I found it. Don’t ask me how. There is a hidden file that stores what you have done. It was like so many other things that happen on a computer. Google has resources for just about everything. You are right ~ Jesus is our answer to all things. Blessings.

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