Why is it that nothing, it seems, can be done to remove
all the bad guys from the internet - the preachers of hate,
the purveyors of pornography, the warmongers and the
con artists - but when a 70 years old cross stitch designer
uses her email account rather more than the customary
five or six times a day her account is instantly
locked down and her business immediately suffers.
It has taken me twenty years to build up a reputation for
promptness and efficiency and, I would hope, value for money
too and in one fell swoop Google decided to shut down my
ability to either receive or send emails because they had
detected heavier than usual usage. Of course they bloody did
- I'd just launched the First Uncensored Crosstitch Kollection 2017.
But what really peeves me is that no one from Google thought to actually
attempt to contact me to ask why? Neither can I get in touch
with them, try as I might, to explain matters.
So dear friends, stitchers and anyone who has strayed onto this
blog in search of titillation - there you have it. I have orders to
process which have already been paid for, which worries me
enormously. I have no idea when I will be allowed back into
my account again or for how long and I can do absolutely nothing
about any of it right now. I have entered the hyper-stress
zone and it's not very nice.
Please be patient, please bear with me and I'll get things
moving again just as soon as I am able.