One of the couples staying with us this evening ordered a Romance Package. This is one of the beautiful Vendela roses in the arrangement of flowers that I put in their room. The flowers were so beautiful that I just had to take some pictures. I have another photo of some of the flowers on my new blog, which I would love for you to go see; but I am having a technical problem with it which I am about to describe and ask for help with. Those of you who aren’t interested in such questions might want to stop reading here. I won’t be offended.
(Since the trouble has been fixed, I deleted this section. Thank you for your help to those who offered suggestions.)
Such pretty roses.
Sometimes when WP gets rolling out a new feature, or two, they experience some sort glitch. Twice, earlier this year, I was unable to *like* a post or even leave a comment when they rolled out new upgrades in the Reader. Hope your technical problem gets resolved on your new blog.
Thank you, David. I believe that WP has them straightened out now. I was relieved when I realized that I hadn’t just clicked on the wrong thing inadvertently!
I had a similar problem with Twenty Twelve a couple of months ago…the fonts and font colors changed throughout my post for no apparent reason. A bunch of other people reported it, too, and then it just….stopped. Weirdness.
Love the rose.
Apparently this is a WP glitch. I’ve got my fingers crossed that it gets straightened out quickly.
Glad that you like the photo! Have a nice weekend, Diana!
Beautiful photo, Laurie. Can almost smell it 🙂
Thank you. I enjoy working with flowers when I get a chance to : ) Have a nice weekend!
Thanks! You, too.
Laurie, you’re not the only one having this problem. Sounds like the same problem this blog is having, http://aopinionatedman.com/2013/09/13/uh-wordpress/. I have a problem, too, but with my reader. Not sure what’s going on. Hopefully all these little glitches can be solved soon, good luck!
Thank you for letting me know that I am not alone. It is frustrating to work at getting something just right and then have it go crazy all on its own.