Thursday, December 3, 2009

Improving bloggy communication

First another prayer request. This mom linked up to the Walking with you Christmas post I talked about here. Kim at Happily Henninger is 10 weeks pregnant and baby had been diagnosed with cystic hygroma. Right now, it's a waiting period and and I know how hard that is. Complicating that for Kim is the fact that her first born son was still-born at 30 weeks. Please pray for their family!

I stumbled across a way to improve communication between me and you! (Thanks to Cate at Show My Face who host Six-Word Saturdays). When you leave a comment on my blog, I receive it in an email. I do try and visit blogs as I can. Sometimes though I want to respond to the comment. I know some bloggers respond IN the comments but that feels awkward to me. But there IS a way we can make it work! Simply, you set your blogger profile so that when I get the comment in my email, I can hit return email and email to YOU! (As opposed to "No reply blogger" or whoever that other email is).. I'm not very tech savvy and I switched my settings in about two seconds. Cate linked to a GREAT tutorial and you can find that here.

Thanks so much! I'm looking forward to being able to more efficiently respond to your comments!!


Lucy and Ethel said...

I've had your blog with this post sitting in the dock since yesterday and am just now doing something.


I need a nap!


Beth.. One Blessed Nana said...

Will be praying for that precious mother and child.

I'm sorry I haven't been around much - my daughter has been very ill and I haven't been able to blog much.

Love to you my friend!

Holly said...

I'm praying for Kimberly!! It is nice to be able to email in reply to a comment. I get all my comments sent to my inbox so I don't miss any.

L Harris said...

Awesome! So glad to hear that you got that figured out.

Shannon said...

Will be praying for Kimberly and her little Speck.

Carissa(GoodnCrazy) said...

I hear you!!! Yay... sharing the no-reply blogger email thing... thanks!!

won said...

I was thinking of you, and stopped by to say hello.

I hope the season is gentle to you.