Website Wonky, Email Wonky, This Day is Possessed

OK, so I finally discovered that somehow my webspace was limiting itself to 50mb, which threw it into total chaos mode…thinking it was 512% over capacity. With that fixed it will now take 2 hours before I can re FTP the files so the front page of my site looks a little funny. Funny haha not funny queer. mmmhmmm. Also my email is being selective about who it decides to deliver and who it decides to send off into dead email office somewhere off of information highway 62. So if you want to contact me….please use…. “myfirstname”.”mylastname”@gmail.com

You can insert the Lobelia Sabo right?

Great. Hope your day is going better than mine.

SWAK.


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2 comments to “Website Wonky, Email Wonky, This Day is Possessed”

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  1. noellabella says: -#1

    And to think I was paranoid that you didn’t love me anymore. I did send you an email and it came back to me saying, “leave her alone, dammit! don’t you know she doesn’t want any mail from you?”
    The last two days have been crappy, but as long as you still love me and we have May 23 to look forward to…I will survive 🙂

    XOXO

  2. noellabella says: -#1

    Oops! Was there supposed to be a . before the gmail? Cos if so, outlook won’t send it! D’oh!

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American born Lobelia isn’t just your typical singer-songwriter. A multi-instrumentalist who worked as a studio musician for 10+ years, she has won multiple awards for her songwriting, has been featured in Billboard Magazine, and was one of the original Women of MP3.COM in the early days of the Internet. Now living in the UK after a 7 year stint in Montreal, she hosts several acclaimed songwriter nights at Tower of Song, Birmingham’s best small music venue. An advocate for sustainable touring, she travels the world performing at house concerts and small venues.