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What is Happening?

What is happening to Blogger? I could only access my blog with the greatest of difficulty. I cannot leave comments on Blogger sites. And hardly anyone is visiting me!

Well, whatever it is, I hope they sort it out. Soon.

Yours in bewilderment, confusion and general disorientation,



  1. No, problem as such here...some times these things happen,don't change anything,be patient it should be OK soon.

  2. I've been limiting the time I spend on Blogger - it's a real time stealer - but always vist you when I'm logged on (waves through cyberspace).


  3. Maybe it gets tired.

    When things like that happen to me, AND THEY DO, I shut down, go have a walk or a coffee and magically things seem to work again.

    I hope the problems are over now.

    Bahut Pyaar Key Saath

  4. Seems to be alright now. Moral of the story? Use WordPress?

  5. Hey Galikaa, its been a long time since you have visited my blog! Hope you visit me soon, and I totally value and love your advice! Hope your problems get fixed soon!

  6. I went through a spate of similar difficulties.
    Not long ago I was locked out of my own blog, could not access many others, when I got it back and have also had difficulties with leaving comments and everything seemed to be on a *go slow*.
    I don't think so many people blog in August. Things should pick up soon.

  7. Hmmm...I haven't been hearing from as many people as I usually do either. Now you have me wondering. It took me two tries to leave this message!

  8. I am facing similar the thing is working though

  9. I don't seem to be having a problem. Hope things have sorted themselves out.

  10. Sorry to hear you are having Blogger probs, hope they get sorted soon.It seems to be quite a temperamental thing at times.

  11. Coo-eee! I see you! Lots of catching up to do which I'm getting round to. One thing about your posts, you can't rush them, they deserve proper attention so I wait unti they get the time they merit.

  12. Blogger always goes in and out of difficult problems.

  13. Thanks so much for visiting my blog today.

    I had problems with Blogger all last week, but it seems to be fine now. Hope yours is working again too!


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