Apologies if I Missed You

The new medium layout has made my response time here up to a frustrating seven times longer

Photo by Sebastian Herrmann on Unsplash

That’s kind of like me in the pic, minus everything apart from the emotion.
If I miss your kind responses I apologise in advance.
I try to respond to everyone, of course there's the odd time I miss notifications, however, most of my time is spent reciprocating as it needs to be and should be done. “Time is the greatest gift you can give someone” — Me Dad.

If something is not broken, don’t try and fix it!

The site is running much slower and when I hit the back button (a few times) to get back to notifications as is now the requirement, it resets to the top and not where I left off as it has done previously. I live in Thailand, so when I get to my puter I have loads to go through which came through while I was sleeping. Seems to me like these new changes are a job justification. At least the last time I checked, one makes changes to make things run more smoothly.

Boss: “What you bin doin’ today Tom?”

Tom: “Err, well boss”

Boss: “Get off your lazy fat arse and do something Tom, what am I payin’ you for!”

Tom should have had his crayons and colouring book out, then all our lives would be easier. Why don’t they teach this at uni?

Thanks for the rant, took me ages going back and correcting with that little blue highlighter messing everything up as I’m typing, even this part! It maybe Grammarly it maybe Google, either way, it’s stopped syncing in my world.

Update: So now instead of working from just me laptop with these updates, I have to use me phone and pen and paper. How-feckin-efficient.

Thank you for reading as always. A very wound up and frustrated. Jx



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James G Brennan

James G Brennan


Writes eclectic free verse poetry and is free to read. "Everything in life is writable about" Sylvia Plath.