Problem with Comments

I’ve been feeling lonely lately – not a single comment!  Then it dawned on me that the comments stopped right when I added a new anti-spam feature to my blog.  So I logged out, tried to comment as a different user – and it didn’t work!  Voila!

Anyway, I’ve disabled the anti-spam feature until I can figure out what the problem was.  Feel free to comment if you want to!

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10 Comments

  1. Wren says:

    Hi RD!
    I did TRY to comment on your last post, but as you know now, it didn’t work.
    So I’m going to go back and reread that post and try commenting again. Better late than never, right?
    -Wren

  2. WarmSocks says:

    I, too, tried to leave a comment and got locked out. Spent 45 minutes tweaking my browser’s settings, and finally concluded that the problem wasn’t on my end. But I couldn’t find your email. Glad you figured it out.

  3. Lisa H. says:

    YAY! I’ve been trying to comment, too. I even tried emailing you my comment, but apparently that didn’t work either.

    So glad commenting works now! :)

  4. Glad you figured it out! Don’t ever feel lonely, we’re all here (just sometimes technology gets in the way….).

  5. Cathy says:

    Oh, I am so glad to see that the problem has been solved. I tried several times to post without any luck. I am glad I can leave comments again. Please know that you weren’t forgotten.

  6. Helen says:

    Hi! :) I’m glad you figured it out – and aren’t feeling lonely!

  7. Tammy Touchet (LeftyinLA) says:

    Hi,
    It’s Tammy from the RA Board. I’ve always loved your song Don’t Let Me and I’d like permission to include it in a DVD for my late husband. We listened to it together before he died and he cried. Thank you!

  8. Remicade Dream says:

    Tammy – I’m very moved by your request. I sent you a PM on the RA board with the permission you wanted.

  9. Telleen says:

    Glad you are back and we are able to comment again!

    I think your readers would greatly benefit from learning about the Arthritis Foundation’s Let’s Talk RA progra. It provides education on how to be a better patient and advocate for one’s own health – resulting in a more accurate diagnosis and more effective treatment. The program includes a communication kit with step-by-step doctor discussion tips and a symptom tracker that patients can use with their rheumatologists, as well as town hall meetings, educational podcasts and more – all at no charge. The program is designed for those who are newly diagnosed, but includes valuable information for all RA patients.

    If you’d like to receive a copy of the kit or additional tips on the steps to being a better patient, please contact me at tanderson@c21pr.com. I hope you are feeling well! Your music is great. Thanks!

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