Updates: 44/365

I’m not very good with numbers. Or dates. They’re just not something I pay attention to unless I have to. So it took 43 posts before I noticed – before my sister noticed actually – that last night’s post had a date stamp of March 3, not March 2. It never occurred to me that the blog’s timezone defaults to London time (UTC +0). So I figured out how to update the timezone setting, but it means all my posts from 1 through 43 that were published in the evening are stamped with the wrong date. It wouldn’t bother me so much except that this is a daily practice, and though I haven’t missed a day, the date stamp says different. I’m wondering if there’s any way it can be fixed…

For anyone who read my post Reverence a few days back, I’m happy to report that I spotted one of the eagles this morning swooping over our yard. When Chris went to investigate, he found them with branches in their beaks, rebuilding. Chris had some of his photos featured by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and has officially earned the new nickname Bird Nerd. He captured this photo this morning of a great horned owl who resides in the same woods as the eagles. Birds are wondrous creatures, aren’t they?

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8 thoughts on “Updates: 44/365”

  1. Yes! It can be fixed! Go up to the left of the page, to “My Sites.” Click on the “WP Admin.” Hover over Posts and select “All Posts.” You should see a list of all your posts. Select “quick edit” for each one and you can adjust the date and save. Let me know if you have any questions.

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    1. Cynthia, thank you so much for detailed instructions! I was able to go in and correct all the dates, over half of which were wrong. What a relief! Thank you, thank you!

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    1. Thank you, Rachel! We are so happy they’re sticking around. They’re so beautiful to watch. We can even see the new nest from our backdoor. 🙂

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    2. Thank you!! And I’m so sorry I’ve been behind on responding!

      I think the eagles’ story may end up needing its own little section soon. 🙂

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