Isolation Antidotes (14): It’s a New Day!

Everything seems to back to normal again, to my great relief, and I have been scurrying this morning to find an image that would, um, reflect my elation. After a very quick search of archived images I’ve tagged for re-visiting recently, this sunrise seems appropriate. I made it while fishing at dawn in one of my favorite little lakes near our cabin from my little 12-foot canoe back in mid-July, 2005. My thanks to everyone who helped to bring the widespread problem to the attention of the WordPress gurus, and also to them for finding and fixing the glitch with the comments not appearing. May the new light shine on us all!

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20 Responses to Isolation Antidotes (14): It’s a New Day!

  1. shoreacres says:

    I just got home, and found this waiting for me in my inbox:

    WordPress.com regarding ‘krikitarts.wordpress.com

    Mike (Automattic)
    Hey there,
    I wanted to let you know that the comment issue on your site should now be resolved.
    Please view your site to confirm and let us know if you have any further questions!
    Best,
    Mike I.
    Happiness Engineer | Automattic

    That was a quick engineering of happiness, I’d say. It looks like my site’s in good shape now, too. I hope it’s resolved for everyone. I’d say your choice of photo’s perfect.

  2. Ms. Liz says:

    I was glad I noticed the conversation in your comments yesterday morning as later on in the day I found that the problem had affected me as well and I’d missed seeing a few comments on my blog. It was nice knowing the problem was already in hand.

    • krikitarts says:

      It was rather alarming to find out the the issue was so widespread but, on the other hand, quite a relief to discover that the problem wasn’t a gremlin in my computer!

  3. Vicki says:

    Lovely sunset and I particularly liked the reflection in the water. What a great place to be fishing too. You must be missing the cabin this year.

    • krikitarts says:

      Although we’re not betting all our chips on being able to go back, we’re not giving up hope, by any means. And we weren’t planning on returning until mid-June, so there is still plenty of time for that hope.

  4. Peter Klopp says:

    Quite a nostalgic shot you dug for us from your archives!

    • krikitarts says:

      It is a lovely little lake, and only a ten-minute drive from our cabin. Nostalgic indeed–I’ve invested many happy hours there, and plan to invest many more.

  5. I reflected on what you’ve written here. Whereas in optics we deal with the angle of incidence, you’ve found a positive angle on the incidents that have been troubling you and other bloggers.

  6. Oh wow … stunning!

    • krikitarts says:

      It was a glorious morning. A friend of my younger daughter’s was with me and, after the stunning sunrise, we both had very good luck with the fishing as well. It doesn’t get much better than that!

  7. Adrian Lewis says:

    Very beautiful and serene image, my friend >>> and yes, it seems that the WP problem is rectified – a great relief! :)

  8. That’s a lovely start to any day and especially for a day celebrating a return to blogging normalcy. Hopefully it lasts for a while.

    • krikitarts says:

      I remember a few others saying that they’d had problems with the program, but I don’t think I’ve had any at all, since some time in 2012, I think. It sure is easy to take for granted, and it sure works well on the whole, a real treat in my experience.

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