So, I just thought I'd point out on my blog that since this morning I have been unable to add things to my Amazon.ca shopping cart on all my devices.
I asked a family member to try on their device and it didn't work for them either.
I looked up some research on the issue online and found that there was another person today very recently who is also experiencing the same problem.
There's not much I can do about it, except create awareness for the problem on my blog.
Amazon's Shopping Cart isn't adding items for multiple people today it appears. That's the issue. No shopping.
I saw the item I was shopping for was put on for a flash sale ---- but I still was unable to purchase it.
So, forgive our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us ---- no hard feelings, but it might be causing me to feel a little anxious - as my paranoid mind wonders if I really am being wrong or too crazy today or recently.
I recently posted how I suspected I may have been hallucinating yesterday. Maybe I'm just confused, I don't know.
My Dad thought I was OK though. But what I experienced was strange enough to explain on this blog.
So::: I'm just having my little psychological issues, and the fact that Amazon is not working is playing with my mind. But I'll forgive it.
My mind is now thinking about what life would be like if there was no amazon. It's a survivable thought, but I realize things would be far less convenient without Amazon.
UPDATE::: The next day::::::
I woke up and grabbed my bedside iPad, checked my email, and then decided to use Amazon again.
I tried adding an item to my cart::: this item did not add to the cart.
So I put it on my wishlist.
I tried adding another item I wanted to my cart::: it worked! The item added!
So I went to my wishlist and tried to add the first item to my cart::: it still wouldn't add.
So I found a replacement item that does the same job and found out that it would add.
So, with the two items I wanted happily in my shopping cart, I was able to check out.
Now I can hopefully stop feeling that bit of anxiety.