And We’re Back!

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After a few lingering technical difficulties this morning, Chickens in the Road is back! With a new, faster server. And check out the frog eggs in our pond.


It’s the first day of Spring!!!!! The world is a beautiful place.

P.S. See my other post today at Farm Bell Recipes.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 20, 2011  

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  1. 3-20
    9:27
    am

    Good morning Suzanne! Maybe it’s my elder eyes, don’t know, but I’m having a hard time reading the text on this background. (I have to highlight it to read it) Is it just me?? I also don’t see the frog eggs, but then I’m not sure what I’m looking for there anyway LOL!! Happy Spring!! Have a beautiful Sunday.

  2. 3-20
    9:29
    am

    Okay, that’s odd. AFTER I posted my comment then the white background showed up and now I can read the post. May be a glitch on my end, again, don’t know! :)

  3. 3-20
    9:44
    am

    Congrats on a successful migration!

  4. 3-20
    9:59
    am

    The page is loading quite a bit faster than it was before. :snoopy: Thanks for the switch.
    And HAPPY SPRING to all!

  5. 3-20
    10:10
    am

    Whew! What a good upgrade! thank you! When I looked at the photo I just thought that was grass or moss and didn’t pay any attention to it because I was so busy looking at the reflections in the water – lovely! Made me think of Monet and his waterlily paintings.

  6. 3-20
    10:20
    am

    Thanks Suzanne – it IS much faster! Lovely when things work as they are supposed to. It was a great idea!

  7. 3-20
    10:39
    am

    That looks like a Monet painting.

    We get some toad eggs in our pond every year. It’s so cool watching them develop.

  8. 3-20
    11:34
    am

    Happy Sunday… What Frog eggs my frogs are still hibernating.
    Good to have you back you get to have a cookie or maybe cake <3
    Have a good one Ann/alba

  9. 3-20
    11:41
    am

    Hmmm….frog eggs = peepers soon!!! Love to listen to them, but my aunt said she found the sound “mournful” and couldn’t stand it. I’m glad I like them and I’m glad we have a little stream behind us that always have some in it come Spring.

  10. 3-20
    2:47
    pm

    Your site is now Popping up faster than a frog hoppin!
    Thanks for the upgrade! WOWZERS!
    ~~HUGS~~

  11. 3-20
    3:43
    pm

    Much much faster loading now! Thank you!
    Green frog eggs…ours are usually colorless, must be that rich organic WV water. :)

  12. 3-20
    4:51
    pm

    Hi
    I too vote for the white background. It has to do
    with my eyes. Green is a no no. Well= can’t please us all
    An improvement is always welcome.

  13. 3-21
    5:14
    am

    The post text has a white background. If you see a patterned background, reload the page, it’s just a bad pageload.

  14. 3-21
    11:17
    am

    That’s gonna be a lot of croakers.

  15. 3-21
    1:39
    pm

    The new server is GREAT Suzanne. Way faster. Thanks!

  16. 3-22
    1:05
    pm

    This change caused your site to drop out of my RSS Feed. It took a coupla days for me to realize CITR was GONE from my automatic feed!!! You are back now ~ Whew!

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