News, updates, and happenings with the Kragnes family: Phil, our Seeing Eye Dogs, and (me) Rebecca.

When it Rains, it pours!

In one day — that would be yesterday — I had my brand spanking new notetaker break down, found out I had to send it back to the company, and learned my old email address I’ve had for 18 years is probably a thing of the past. The email providers’ phones were out of service, and I could not send or receive from rebeccak@tcq.net anymore. So now I have a brand spanking new email address to share with you all. You can email rjkr’agnes@gmail.com if you need to be in touch with me. I’m changing it everywhere I can think to change it, and some transitions are definitely easier than others. My biggest issue seems to be getting rid of the old address, but that’s not exactly my problem if sites don’t have an easy way to do this. WordpPress made it easy, so kudos for them! I’ve resigned myself to no longer receiving some emails I used to get every day due to not being able to find the sites and having some sites make it too difficult to resubscribe under a new address. I’ve spent a whole morning on this project, and I have a feeling I’m not done yet.

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Comments on: "When it Rains, it pours!" (2)

  1. KathyZolo said:

    Hello Rebecca,

    Oh my, having to change email addresses is a huge hassle in and of itself, but then to find that your notetaker had to be sent back? What a mess. I wish you many better days to come!

    Kathy and Ginger

  2. What a bummer about the email address! That happened to me a few years ago. It was such a pain. I hope you can get re-subscribed to all the pages you enjoy.

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