Return To Sender

Hello sweet bloggy friends. I have been having a lot of trouble with my email lately. Imagine my surprise when I opened my email and found 295 failure notices! I sent well over 300 emails to  many of you this weekend. Responding to your kind comments and treasured emails. Nearly all of them were returned. I was crushed……

Please accept my apologizes if you think I have neglected to respond to your emails or kind comments. That is not the case. I am so sorry you didn’t receive them. Please know that I was thinking of you and sending hugs and happy thoughts your way along with my forever gratitude for your bloggy friendship. I have reported the problem to my email host and hope it will be fixed as soon as possible.

Meanwhile. Please know how much I appreciate you and your wonderful comments.

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Comments

  1. Thanks, Katie

  2. Uh oh. Two hundred and ninety five failure notices? Yep, sounds like a BIG problem. Sure hope you get it fixed soon, or you’re going to have an even bigger email pileup.

    Good luck!

  3. Hey Sweet Thang,
    I’m one of the guys that loves it when a plan comes together so seeing that many failure notices is not a good thing for sure. Hope it gets straight for you quickly. Since I did not have wifi at the cabin we spent the weekend I have been busy trying to get caught up checking and doing blogs. Today should be an easier day.
    Hope your Tuesday is an awesome one.
    Hugs,
    Odie

  4. Nancy @ A Rural Journal says:

    Oh, that’s terrible! All that work. I’m so sorry.

    Happy to see you in my comments. Have a wonderful day, Katherine.

  5. Nancy @ A Rural Journal says:

    Oh, that’s terrible! All that work. I’m so sorry.

    Happy to see you in my comments. Have a wonderful day, Katherine.

  6. You know what….the last thing you need is to let email stress you out…no worries and go forward! Technology will take us all down if we allow it!

  7. AOK, Katie. True friends cannot be separated by the failures of technology. We understand that these things can and do happen occasionally. HUGS!

  8. That really is a bummer. To lose that much correspondence is a heartbreaker, but we love you even when you can’t respond. Please don’t fret about it. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  9. Sometimes technology is our friend, sometimes not. Sorry to hear your email troubles. Hope they are fixed permanently soon so that you can get back out there. I don’t know what I’d do without my email.

  10. Wow, that’s a lot of returned emails!

  11. I hate it when that stuff happens. I hope they get it straightened out for you.

  12. How frustrating for you. I get annoyed when I write a detailed comment and can’t get it to go! 295 would send me off the deep end.

  13. ColleenB. says:

    Oh, don’t let the small things like emails stress you out. It just isn’t worth it
    Life is just to short to worry about the small things in life for we need to concentrate on what is important.
    ‘Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere.’ ~Glenn Turner

  14. Wow Katherine, that is not a good thing. We know that you are always kind and gracious. Didn’t think a thing of it. Hope it gets fixed soon! My new party ‘Share Your Cup Thursday’ opens at 4 today. I would love it if you could share a post!
    Hugs,
    Jann

  15. Love your blog! I’m your newest follower!

  16. Life happens…technology fails…it’s all okay. Your email got through today and here I am! I can’t imagine the horror of seeing 295 rejects in the inbox! Yikes!
    Hugs, GraceinAZ

  17. just beautiful!

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