Hi Kate, sorry I haven't been very talkative. We are still in the midst of moving house and going crazy, I am not sure in which order. Moving boxes, furniture & miscellaneous nicknacks that I haven't seen for year's and quite honestly forgotten about everywhere and of course there is the dust, let me just say that the dust bunnies have set some kind of a record in this place! I am so glad that u are fairing well with your new project even with its difficulties. I have not started anything so challenging! With the move I thought I would do a different bookworm pattern and have started that but as my mind has not been entirely focused he has gone a tad astray and I may have to do some "reverse sewing" so to say and try again. Will send u a pick if I can work him our. Talk to u soon. Elisha B-)
Another possibility for why it won't accept the change. If you have your email program set so the computer user can identify himself or herself separately, you may have to change identities in your email program before ning recognizes you. The ning software won't allow anyone to change your profile information, except the person who originally typed everything in the first time. It knows who that person is by the email identity you used when you first signed up for that account. So if you signed up using your husband's email identity, ning will only recognize that one as a valid entity for changing the profile information.
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