Thursday, August 26, 2010

We Interupt this regularly scheduled program...

Hello -

I was in the middle of writing a blog article about berry quilts and offering a give away, when suddenly I was informed that I was "out" of photo privileges.

Ooops.  Didn't know, how about a warning Google?

I've purchased more space and apparently it takes 24 hours to get it.  One second to cut you off, 24 hours to re-instate you.   Sounds right.

So, I'll be back with my first give away and photos soon.

10 comments:

Crispy said...

Bummer!!! Leave it to Google...sheesh LOL

Crispy

Robin Quilts, etc. said...

Interesting, I didn't even know there was a limit. Guess I didn't read the fine print.

Kathie said...

yes, thats why I delete old posts!
oohhh berry quilts can't wait to hear about them and see one you made perhaps?
Kathie

Christine said...

Oh I didn't know that either, might have to start deleting old posts.
Have a wonderful weekend.

Christine

Teresa said...

Wow! I didn't even know that was a looming problem out there in the blogosphere...

(I didn't read the fine print, either...just jumped in with both bunny-slippered feet...LOL)

There's so much I don't know about blogging (need to learn how to watermark my photos, change the look of my page without blowing the whole thing up, etc.)

Hope everything is peachy keen again soon...you always have such lovely photos!

In stitches,
Teresa :o)

Lori said...

I'm surprised your photo allotment is filled already. Where you download photos mine says this
"You are currently using 369MB 36% of your 1024MB" I keep an eye on that so I know if I'm getting close.
I didn't compress so many of my earlier posts but it seems like I have quite a bit of room left.

Karen said...

I got a message like that once. Waited a day and it was back to letting me do photos again. ??

A Quilter Awakens said...

Oh NO! Now I am scared! Karmen

YankeeQuilter said...

I keep expecting that to happen to me since it has has been telling me I am at 87% for the past month....

QuiltSue said...

I had no idea there was a limit until the same thing happened to a friend the other day.