Well, friends. Honestly I don’t know why I ever type my posts directly into WordPress, because I’ve lost so many really interesting posts that way, due to whatever latest hiccup in either the internet, or, I believe, WP. Today’s black mamba post was one of my favorites. So it’s only fitting that it, too was eaten by the WP gremlins.
I don’t even understand how it occurs, since I save my drafts as I go along. Today I had a beautiful black mamba post written for you. It took me a couple hours and included great information about not only our encounter, but facts about the snake.
All the captions on my photos are gone. All the tags I created are gone. The lovely turns of phrase and what I thought was engaging snake talk…gone.
I’m too exhausted to create it all again. Suffice it to say from now on I will be creating my post in Word or another offline software program and then copying and pasting into WordPress as I guess I should have been doing all along.
Here is a black mamba.
We saw it on a recent trip.
It was scary.
Snake facts. Snake facts. Snake facts.
People teased it.
That was mean.
I hope it lived.
I hate WordPress today.
Happy Wednesday, readers.