Anyway, especially with today's card, you cannot see it larger to appreciate the details, but at the same time you can't see it larger to recognize the flaws either! I started searching Blogger Help for answers, which I might add is not an easy task, but I finally found the reason why and how to correct it.
For Blogger users, when you upload a picture using the Add Image button it always places the picture at the top of the post. Then you can click and drag the picture to where ever you'd like it in your post, if that's not where you wanted it, and that's where the mayhem ensues! When you drag the picture you break the link that is automatically created that allows to you to click for a larger view when the post is published. Here is the link (and I pasted the instructions below) to the information I found in Blogger. Then look below as I go on to explain further.
DRAG AND DROP OF PICTURES BREAKS CODE
When pictures are uploaded to Blogger Posts they land up at the top of the post editor. After that to place them wherever you want in the post you can drag and drop them in Compose Mode. This sometimes breaks the picture code so better you should switch to Edit Html tab in Post Editor and select the whole code for the picture at the top and then do a Cut and Paste operation to wherever you want it in the post.
The code generated when a picture is uploaded to Blogger is made up of two parts :
A. The code for the picture itself and
B. The code for the enlarged copy it is linked to. This code for the link surrounds the code in A.
A simple method to extract the link of your picture is to upload your picture to a post and publish it. Then view that post in a browser. Click on the picture and a browser window will open with that picture in it. Copy the picture link from the address bar of that browser window.
So in the previous post, in Compose mode, I typed the first paragraph, left a space, then typed the last lines. Then I added a picture of my boys (aren't they cute when they wake up? Yeah, then mayhem ensues yet again!). I then clicked on the tab "Edit Html" and copied and cut the html code and then pasted it between my writing. I then clicked on the "Compose" tab to make sure it was where I wanted it. Voila! Blogger suggests their "simple method" above, but I think this is easier. When you are looking at the html tab just copy, cut, and paste the html code...it's easy to recognize from what you typed and since you stay in the same screen it's quick and easy in my opinion.
I wanted to share this because I am sure I am not the only one who experiences this and it wasn't easy to find the answer. Then again, I might be the only person who didn't know or experienced this and you are all saying, well "duh".
If anyone has any questions I will try my best to answer...but I am far from any kind of computer techno savvy userer...ok?
Oh, and go ahead and click on the boys...I promise they get larger! IRL too! Yikes!