Those responsible have been sacked.

June 26th, 2013

Those of you who already subscribe to Planting Dandelions via email got the following apology in a special newsletter last night. I apologize for this duplicate apology. 

Those responsible have been sacked. Those responsible for sacking the people who have just been sacked have been sacked.

Unfortunately, all those people are me. I’m the best we can do.

For those of you who don’t do already know about the new subscription information for Planting Dandelions (those responsible for the earlier typo have also been sacked), here is a photo of the baby birds that hatched in our mailbox last week.  The one in front is Nathan Jr.

The rest of you, please scroll on for an important service announcement.

Transplanting Dandelions

Dear friends and neighbors,

I am so sorry for any duplicate mailings, posts, or other trespasses while I transplant Dandelions to a new subscription service. As you know, google’s RSS reader is shutting down on June 30, and the affiliated FeedBurner looks not long for this world. 

I have evacuated us all to higher ground with a new feed at FeedBlitz, and I hope we will all be happier with it in the long run (or whatever passes for that in internet time). FeedBlitz gives you, the subscriber, greater control over what comes to you, when, and where. It will allow you to choose to receive Planting Dandelion posts in your email box, in your Facebook feed (my favorite), through twitter, or in the feed reader of your choice. Just as importantly, it makes it easy to UN-subscribe if you need to make a change or take a break. I understand.

Email will normally be delivered ONCE a day, and only on days when there is a new post, unless you customize your delivery settings otherwise. 

If things are still looking wild and weedy after the end of this month, please let me know, and I will do my best to root out the problems.

I appreciate your attention and your kindness. Planting Dandelions readers are the very best.

Wishing you all good things!

Kyran Pittman

 

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