Totally not a fangirl. Didn’t know the guy’s name a month ago. But he fixed my main Medium problem, which was never seeing stuff my favorites were writing, and not really having a good way to even search for it, and feeling like even if I could find by search I didn’t want to have to be.

If you look at the end, I said that TODAY was a great experience. I make no comments or assumptions about the future.

Ha! Eeyore is my favorite Pooh character. I used to have a little girl in my preschool class back when I taught ECE, named Jasmine. I honestly think she was the human incarnation of Eeyore.

About the editing question, I’m confused. Do you have what she tweeted to you? But she can’t find it herself?

Anyway it doesn’t really matter. You need to add her as a writer. Then you can pretty much use anything she has ever written, click on the bottom three dots and request she submit the piece. If it isn’t the one you are trying to publish, that is okay. I can’t see how it is lost, so I’m sure it will be found, she will be able to submit again then.

Actually never mind if you are connected on Twitter just add her as a writer and message her to resubmit on the front end this time.

I still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up, but I know I want it to be spelled right and punctuated correctly. I guess that’s something.

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