We second the notion. Have a good anniversary! --Jess
Happy Anniversary love birds. We hope it's great.
Have a great day today! We're happy you're our parents! Love you both!
Where did that picture come from? As nice as it is, I didn't post it.
What do you mean you didn't post that picture. You did the posting did you not. Did you put the picture on the post or not?That picture was in the fall of 1969. It was taken in Benjamin, I think on the old Clark farm. I see the white cottonwood trees in the background. They were all over the farm back then. This picture confirms in those minds that doubt that I was once not such a tub. Of course, Mom was her normal beautiful self. Can you see why I married her?Dad Clark
It is a great picture. Every time I look at that photo, I can't get over just how big Dad's hands look...Jason and I worked together on this post. He provided the sentiments, I provided the photo. We're a great team.
I agree with Jess. We do make a good team.
Pretty Darn sure that I was the one who found the picture and it was on a little slide. So, I took it to my photography teacher last year and he showed me how to scan a slide, and I photo shopped it a bit, and then posted it a long time ago on the Blog.
Jason wrote the comment and then later in the day noticed the picture. He found out that Jess posted the picture. I find it odd that Jess had Jason's password to be able to do that, but whatever. Maybe Jess has another way of posting things in our same post. I guess if Jason isn't upset then I won't be, but I do hope my password is private.
Michelle, Jess either has administrator permissions on the blog or signs in with the original login and password which has administrative permissions. When we set the blog up, I sent an email to everyone so that we would use the same login and password. Jess suggested that we all use our own accounts instead of the login and password we initially selected. Jess has pretty much become the facilitator that fixes the blog and changes things when it needs changes (like the calendar). I doubt he has Jason's password (unless Jason gave it to him). He probably put the picture on by using the administrative permissions. You can do lots of stuff that way because you have access to more things. When a person sets up their own blog, they can make new posts but other people can only post comments. If you give someone else an invitation to be an author, then they can make posts on your blog as well but they still wouldn't have the rights to change things on your posts or blog (unless you give them administrative permission as well). Does that make sense? I think that is how he put the picture on it. I have no problem with him having those permissions because if it weren't for Jess, the blog probably wouldn't be very successful. So, don't worry...he isn't doing anything illegal and doesn't have Jason's password. Am I right Jess?
Yeah, I don't know any body's password, but Michelle has every right to be concerned. I explained to Jason in an email why I did it, but it was obviously a lapse in judgment in my part. Jason seemed fine with it, but I don't want anyone thinking I really am "Big Brother" censoring posts or anything. I won't make those kinds of edits/additions again.Your privacy is safe with Blogger. But I'd watch your bank accounts just in case I start siphoning money out of 'em...
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