Thanks so much for all the nice e-mails about the blog. Many of you out there are e-mailing me because you can't figure out how to post and would like to. (Don't worry, I am getting your e-mailed comments to the guys, but it's not always as efficient as just commenting right here if you wish.)
So here's a quick lesson:
Below each entry is a "posted by" followed by a comments link. (Go ahead, look, I'll wait - it looks like this: Posted by Jeannie Roberts at 11:08 AM 3 comments.) If you want to read or post comments, click on the comments link after the section of the blog you have a comment or question about, such as: "It's Monday in Utah" or "Racer Exchange 101."
After you click on comments, a new window will pop up (make sure your pop-up blocker is off or allows pop-ups from the blog site). The new window will show comments, if any, that have been made in this section. You can read those to see what other people think about that same entry. I find that, often, great minds think alike, so you might find yourself with a new friend. At the end of the existing comments, there is a text box where you can enter your own comment or question. After you've done that, you'll get a word verification box. You must enter the word that is shown on your screen into the box - this is a security measure. If you do not see a word (it usually appears in color) and a box that follows, you probably won't be able to post.
Apparently, here is where some of you are getting confused: You do NOT have to have a Google/Blogger account to leave your comment. If you have one, feel free to use it. (Although, if you have a Google/Blogger account, you have no need to be reading this post.) If you don't wish to sign in, you may select "anonymous" to publish your post but please make sure your list your name in the text box, otherwise we won't know who you are!
Or maybe you don't want us to know who you are. That's ok, too - the guys love the messages and I'd love it if you kept them coming. We're all in this together and there is only one goal - Annapolis, as quickly and safely as possible. Thanks for your help.