Irritated and Foggy

So fricking pissed. When writing a post, I like to add a picture that ties in. I’ve been using Pixel Free pics but after a couple/few days, the picture is down and replaced with a message regarding a lack of attributes.

Now, I’m not tech adept in the best of circumstances, but right now, I’m in the midst of fibro fog, something I haven’t written much about because it’s hard to focus in the fog. In the first paragraph, I ended a sentence with a preposition which I would never do usually; I don’t care. Not gonna rewrite it in order to fix that.

I awoke this way today. Coffee doesn’t clear it. Just gotta stumble thru it. Luckily, all I have going on is the installation of a new garage door opener in a bit here.

Anyway, about the pictures, I have literally spent hours going thru old posts and replacing the alt attributes message with a new pic. Not gonna lie, at first I would just google my subject and mess around until I found one I could copy into my media library. I figured if it allowed me to publish it, must be fine. When I initially noticed the message in place of a photo at first, I didn’t know which were from Google and which were from the free photo library. Key word there – free.

Now I know for sure all pictures are from free collection, and I’M STILL GETTING THE SAME THING HAPPENING. Grrrrrr

I am not going back thru them all again. I also don’t know how to delete the block. No way I’m even looking in the vicinity of that issue today. I surrender. So, if you look at older posts and see that message, sorry. I guess I’m going to have to start taking my own shots to use in my blog. Lower your expectations for production quality and relevance.

For fuck’s sake.

Published by Sara Z

Writing is one of my passions. Most blog entries are relatively short articles regarding a wide variety of topics. I'm a middle-aged wife and mother of two adult sons. I've been a teacher, counselor, medical transcriptionist, student teacher supervisor, substitute teacher and retail clerk. Staying home now due to fibromyalgia. Seeking purpose.

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