Thanks to Em Parkinson who let me know this morning that my post 'Winter On The Creek Bank' had disappeared overnight.
Where do such things go?
I had managed to load two photos for the post by switching to HTML mode to load photos from my computer, one at a time, per the advice found when I googled for suggestions on the current blogger glitch.
Another blogger suggested opening Blogger in Google Chrome should fascilitate loading photos.
I did that, loaded the remainder of the relevant photos and added my text.
The process was a bit clumsy for me, as there were several changes from the usual formatting and I found that photos landed where they pleased.
I was tired of fussing by then, so published the post.
I know that it appeared at least briefly as Deb saw it immediately and left a comment which I published.
This morning the whole post was gone. Going into my post archive I found that only the original two photos remained.
I reloaded photos using HTML, wrestled them about, rewrote the text and hit 'publish.'
To my amazement when I checked the blog, Deb's comment and my reply appeared under the newly written post.
This is too frustrating, too technical for someone of my limited skills to 'fix.'
At least as often as not, blogger has issues!
As Hildred commented, there is no one--no place--where we can complain and feel that we are being heard!
We can only hope that some team of techies in India--or wherever the computer geeks puzzle on such things--will come up with a workable solution.
There--I've had my rant for the day!