2020 December 09

  • Have you ever had one of those days where everything is just a little off?Since my format for the blog remains fairly constant, I use the cut and paste method. This morning I brought up yesterday’s post and started editing it for today. However, I made a nearly fatal error. I forgot to copy yesterday’s and paste it to a new post.Once I realized that I had erased yesterday’s post – and after the panic attack had subsided – I remembered the “undo” function. However, that only restored partially what I’d removed. Then It dawned on me that I hadn’t updated the altered post. That meant I could go to the web and copy it from there, bring it back and paste, then re-save. That’s what I did to completely restore yesterday’s post. Whew!

Have you ever had one of those days where everything is just a little off?Since my format for the blog remains fairly constant, I use the cut and paste method. This morning I brought up yesterday’s post and started editing it for today. However, I made a nearly fatal error. I forgot to copy yesterday’s and paste it to a new post.Once I realized that I had erased yesterday’s post – and after the panic attack had subsided – I remembered the “undo” function. However, that only restored partially what I’d removed. Then It dawned on me that I hadn’t updated the altered post. That meant I could go to the web and copy it from there, bring it back and paste, then re-save. That’s what I did to completely restore yesterday’s post. Whew!

Today we had only three appointments scheduled and we had only a few walk-ins. As usual, Santa had more visitors than ones who bought photos. I don’t understand why they don’t try to turn visits into purchases. I guess they aren’t taught any sales techniques.
  • It costs the company nothing to take photos of the visits. If the photographers look at the screen and say something like, “Aw, Look at that, isn’t it precious?” or “That would make a great Christmas card, wouldn’t it?” If they still don’t buy, you’ve lost nothing. But if you take the photo, they might.

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