I had an awesome post all prepared for my blog today.
- I have media posted to YouTube.
- I had about 500 words or less posted of pithy comments – starting with the words “I am a football fan …”
- Then I did the unthinkable: I did a browser Google search from my Firefox search bar. The search results ran right over my essay.
When I realized the costly mistake a applied a keyboard ALT+[Back Arrow Key] hoping to preserve my session. I was presented with a blank screen. But Good news! WordPress was highlighting green at the top of the screen (Paraphrased): “A Previous session has been saved. Would you like to restore?” Hallelujah the salvation of at least 30 minutes of typing if not more … yes indeed! Please restore! I was looking for “I am a football fan …” plus at least a bulk of my witty prose. Instead I was presented with:
I am a foo
And that is all. I thought it to be some kind of joke, but it was not. Of my entry only 10 characters were saved. DANG IT! I didn’t compose offline! I didn’t click save! I didn’t pay attention to which window was targeted for search. I just didn’t pay attention. Then the realization hit me: Why Yes! Today I qualify, and WordPress (or my browser) gets the last laugh. Yes I am!
I am a foo