Did the Blogger outage leave you feeling a little like the guy above or did you just get a lot of things done that you wouldn't have gotten done otherwise? From the posts I've seen since Blogger has been back up, I think lots of us felt like this guy, especially if you lost posts or comments.
You can't blame me or my friend, Pam, from http://smilinggrammy.blogspot.com/ for the outage. We were nowhere near our computers when it started. We were in a coffee shop getting to meet for the first time. We had a great time getting to know one another in person and the only thing that could have made our meeting more fun was if our friend Betty at http://glimpseintomidlife.blogspot.com/ could have been there with us. The towns Pam and I live in are only 30-40 minutes apart so I'm sure we will get together again.
My granddaughter, Hope, who will be 9 this month, was recently one of 3 kids selected from tryouts to be in a video for a traveling science museum produced by the Space Science Institute in Boulder. She had a lot of fun and did a great job in the video and was very excited recently when she was called back to do some voice-overs for the video. She was even more excited when she found out it was going to be done in a recording studio - "Am I going to be in one room with a big window that looks into the other room with all the people in it and they can talk to me through the speakers?!?!?" It turned out to be just like that, and she had so much fun (and she got a nice little paycheck).
I hope Blogger finds all the lost posts and lost comments and that things keep working so we don't have to go through another blog withdrawl.