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29 January 2020


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I've been reading your blog and look forward to it every day or every time I see you on my feed.
I've always been able to see comments.

Thanks for keeping things going! I only have a computer, no cell and I love being able to be a part of this blog! Thank you so very much!

I am using an Android cell. Works fine.

Posting from a desktop PC.

Corey, It comes through on a desktop, but not on my Iphone. Continued prayers for you and your family. You are loved so and the power of prayer is great. Love to you and yours.

Works on my P.C.
Mu cell phone I am not signed up or linked up with your blog, but if I was it would
probably work.
Prayers for you and your family and the little Dear One..

I can read and leave comments on Android tablet. Sometimes I use Feedly, which also works fine.

Your blog is a blessing. Thanks!

Hi Corey, Hoping the power of everyone's positivity will help you through what you are enduring...even if they are not able to post. Re: your comments section. Strangely, I receive two 'Tongue in Cheek' emails per day, one with 'view comments' as an option and one without. Perhaps many are only receiving the one without. Your blog provider should be able to explain the reason for the two separate forms and correct it. I use my laptop. Much love, Shelley

Sending my concern and wishes for the best to your family. I can see the comments on my Android tablet.

Thank you Dawn for letting me know.

I am happy it is working for you. Thank you for being part of this blog xx

Good to know xx

Okay good to know

Thank you Carol it seems the desktop works, but some cell phones do not. I am thinking maybe it is Safari?
Thank you for your prayers we need them.

Thank you. Can you try your cell and let me know?
Do you use Safari?
Thank you so much for your prayers, we need a miracle.

Okay that is good to know. Thank you!

Thank you for your positive energy it is need and will guide us through. Interesting that you receive two blog post one with and one without? Are they from the same subscription?
My blog provider asked me to ask my readers how they read my blog and on what server.

Android seems to be okay with my blog, other cells not so much. Thank you for your wishes towards my family they are needed.

I can comment. I feel like an old timer. Glad I still can.

I can only comment when I am on my computer - not my phone.
I have a MacBook Air computer

I can read the blog on my phone, computer and iPad .

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