WordPress, I think about as highly of the update as I do these snails.

We carried the bucket to the pond. The ducks were uncertain. The goose had a feast.

Why, though, did my two clicks for adding a picture turn to five?

Perhaps I can feed this editing platform update to some wild creature as well…


9 comments on “WordPress, I think about as highly of the update as I do these snails.

  1. shoreacres says:

    Strange. I just tried to add a photo to my blog, and the process hadn’t changed at all: click to select an image, click to add it to the post. I’m not seeing anything that suggests an update on my end; I wonder if it’s some sort of glitch? Or, maybe they’ve made a change to the CSS underlying your theme. That did happen to me once.

  2. Uhg on both accounts. Each update always leaves me feeling as if I’m relearning the entire thing. And what is it with the snails this past year?!?

    • plumdirt says:

      I was half-hoping the snail population would decline as a small benefit of the record heat of September and October.
      As we gathered them up, my daughter asked if we could put a lid on the bucket and feed them in there. “So they don’t eat our food and we don’t destroy nature either.”
      I was proud of her care for nature, and then talked about the balance of nature and snails being out of balance in neighborhoods because we don’t have ducks.
      Walking them to the pond to throw to the ducks went over perfectly!

  3. Sheryl says:

    The pictures are lovely – even if the snails are a nuisance. You have a wonderful sense of how to compose a photo.

  4. albert says:

    Poor little guys, on your leaves or behind your screen, they’re only thinking of themselves, how to make a living.

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