Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Having trouble leaving a comment?

Mom says there are still a few people who are struggling to leave comments on the blog, so I'm posting these instructions again. Your comments are especially meaningful now that Brooke is on speaking restriction!

Step 1: LOG-IN. Click on the 'Sign-in' link on the top right of the screen. Enter your id and password when prompted. If you don't already have a google account, you can create one by following that same sign-in link.
Step 2: CLICK ON COMMENT LINK. You will find this small underlined 'comment' link directly under the post on the right side. It will say '0 comments' or '12 comments' or however many comments there are.
Step 4: WRITE COMMENT in the box on the right
Step 5: PUBLISH POST by clicking on the button under the comment box that says 'Publish Post'

I'm guessing most people hit a snag if they don't have a google/blogger account so make sure you create one or sign-in before trying to comment.

If you still have questions or are having trouble, please feel free to email me directly at and I will walk you through the process. You can also email me your comment and I will post it for you. Good luck bloggers!

1 comment:

Barbara nd Robin said...

15 January 2008

Reading your last comments on the blog, Peggy, it flashed through my mind that Fear of the Unknown would weigh so heavily on a patient in Brooke's condition . A phobia-like fear in which one is helplessly caught and has to fight a terrible fight to be able to take the very next breath. Experiencing "enough" of these crises might give Brooke a feeling of trust in his body to come through for him again and again; therefore trust and hope can grow.
These are indeed tiny steps forward into continued positive thinking towards beating this affliction. The extreme willingness to live that the body can display is a revelation about which one must marvel over and over again. This does take so much physical and mental strength for sure, and you especially, Peggy, contribute to Brooke's strength as do all his family and friends - what a Well of Plenty!
Robin and I wish we could be with you, see you, talk to you and hug you. You are always in our thoughts. Bisous et nous vous embracons. Barbara Beus