Thursday, October 6, 2011

How to Leave a Comment

I have received feedback from multiple people who have had trouble leaving comments on the blog.  I'm hoping that this short tutorial will help those of you that have been experiencing some difficulty. Please follow these steps to leave a comment:

1.     Click on the title of the post or the link to the comments at the bottom of the post you wish to comment about

2.     Type your comment in the box under “Post a Comment”

3.     Select a profile from the drop down box located next to “Comment as:”. I believe this is where many people are having some confusion.  For example, if you have a Google account (meaning you use Gmail or any other services offered by Google), then you would choose “Google Account” from the drop down box.

4.     After selecting the profile, click on “Post Comment”

5.     You will be taken to a page where you will sign into your account. If you chose “Google Account” as your profile, then you would sign in with your Google username (usually your Gmail address) and your Google password (the one you use to sign into your Gmail account).

6.     After signing in, you will be taken to a page that has a preview of your comment.  At this point, you can either edit your comment or post it. In order to post it, you will need to enter the characters that appear under the “word verification” portion of this page and then click the “Post Comment” button.

If you are still having trouble leaving a comment after following the above directions, you can either comment on Facebook or get in touch with me and I'll see what I can do to help you out!

On a side note, please let us know who you are when leaving a comment as some people have the same first names and others don’t have an immediately recognizable sign-in name, thus making it difficult to tell who is leaving some of the comments.

Thank you again for all of your continued support!!!


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  2. Lettice,
    We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers! Our love and thoughts are all yours!!
    Martha and Bob

  3. Love and Hugs! You are a tower of courage and strength. We're all behind you all the way from Templeton and Paso....thinking of you....

  4. You are so brave and strong! This is so hard right now, but it will be better day by day. Much love from both of us!!! By the way, if you don't have lemon glycerine swabs, ask for some--they help to keep your mouth moist, and taste good. Hospitals usually have them. :-)

  5. That last comment was from Wayne and Debby! This system is difficult to master!