“I gotta tell you, I’m not techy.” Imagine me screaming these words and you get the picture…or the audio.
My publisher wants me to build my newsletter list. Simple for her. Not so simple for me.
My stomach is in knots, my head hurts, and my eyes are starting to blur.
I’m getting used to an email distribution system. The system instructions say:
“Type the recipient name here.”
Okay, but what about all the other names?”
“Drag this block over here…or wherever you want it.”
But it won’t stay where I put it.
“Upload a photo.” Ugh, it’s too big. How do I resize it?
“You have some text that needs to be removed.”
I go to remove it. “Are you sure you want to delete this text?”
“Cause once you do it, you’ll never ever, ever, ever, ever get it back. So ARE YOU SURE?”
Okay, it’s my first newsletter, so I hope my recipients are going to be understanding, even though I probably put the wrong names at the top of the letter.
Forgive me. I’ll do better next time.
This experience reminds me to show people grace. Just as I would want others to overlook my mistakes and perhaps give me an encouraging word. I’m trying to improve, and I’ll bet you are, too.
It’s good to learn new things. It teaches us humility!