First, you continue attempting to do things the old way. Why will it only upload one photo at a time? It's probably just a glitch. If I keep trying this, maybe the glitch will go away.
Second, walk away and figure you'll come back to it later. Ugh!
Third, come back and try the old way again. Five more times. Begin thinking in symbols. Maybe I'll just take this piece of %#$&@ and throw it out the %^&##% window!
Fourth, find a new way of doing the old job. Only this way is incredibly time consuming and, therefore, extra frustrating. %^#^#%^%* $%*$&%*$&* @$@#$^!!!
Fifth and finally, you might try posting a question about how to resolve the problem. Anyone know of an easier way to post photos on my blog? The old way isn't working. #@$$$%! If anyone knows the answer, you can be my new BFF.
Someone wonderful and full of the knowledge of Blogger and Picasa might. come along and give a simple suggestion. Have you tried uploading directly to Picasa?
Well I'm here to say, Step aside Nance! There's a new BFF in town and her name is Heather (no, not Luke Skywalker's mama Heather). This Heather is mama to Baby J and Bean. Baby J is older than Bean, which is just confusing enough to make me like her even more.
When one acquires a new BFF, it's a good idea to learn a little about them. I mean, I'm used to awkward silences and uncomfortable glances, but keeping those to a minimum whenever possible doesn't hurt either. So I dashed over to Heather's blog, conveniently named Mama to Baby J and Bean.
I already was aware that Bean is cute as a button and has Williams Syndrome and that Baby J is adorable, even without any "and has"'es. And I remember watching a news program (20 or so years ago) on the happy, smiling, musical, elfin people with Williams Syndrome. So I felt like I already had a handle on all of that.
Yeah, no. Yet again I discover that there's a whole other dimension to life than what I'd heard. You can check out some of that by reading this post.
Above all else, Heather is a mama and as many mamas do, has a couple of birth stories to share. She's not as wordy as some of *ahem* and managed to get both stories in one post about her relationship with pain management.
If you're over there, feel free to drop her a comment, letting her know how happy you are to see pictures on my blog again. And to help you feel happier about photos on my blog, here are a few from Madelyn's first Easter, which also happened to be her first birthday. I'll post photos from yesterday and today another time.