Where’s My Head At?

I was off and visiting blogs today and commenting here and there because you know I like to chat it up with fellow bloggers….  and then this happens.  I leave a comment where I become a faceless snowman shaped icon.  Talk about awkward.  Whats up with that?

It is rare…. I pretty much have a face wherever I travel (I make it a point not to leave home without it).

So really – that is the question.  Anyone know why that happens?

27 thoughts on “Where’s My Head At?

  1. I know that I had a face when I first started commenting on your blog. Then it disappeared for a long time. Then one day I logged back into wordpress and Voila!!!, the next time I visited you my face was back!

    1. Its just crazy Vicki when my face is missing….. it made me feel like I didn’t know what I was doing… which is true…. but everyone doesn’t need to know 🙂

  2. There are certain blogs I comment on and it seems to be random wether I have a face or not. I never do on wordpress sites but most give me some sort of icon. I think it depends on the blog, maybe.

  3. I think Ryan is right, as it seems to be random and depend on the blog. I usually have my avatar show up when I comment, but some blogs have the snowman or a funny monster as my icon instead. Don’t know why, but you probably shouldn’t worry about it.

  4. If you make an account at Gravatar.com then you’ll always have a face 🙂 (as long as you comment with the same email address everywhere, that is).

    Now that sounds like a commercial, doesn’t it? 🙂 However I am not affiliated with them (doh), I’m just a happy user.

    Hope that helped 🙂

  5. Hey, I think Kay has hit on it! You have to be signed up with a Gravatar…and I think the e-mail account is also the trick.

    Whatever…we do prefer seeing your face, Sheila!

  6. librarypat

    I don’t have an image when I blog. Partly because I haven’t bothered and partly because I’m not computer savvy enough to do it. I’ve decided the computer does what it wants and I’m along for the ride.

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