Well folks. Today Blogger decided to scare the lights out of me. It blocked Papa is a Preacher. I signed in this morning, caught up with a few blogs on my newsfeed and closed the window. Hours later I signed in again, and voila, all me blogs, had disappeared.
Do you know what it’s like to sign in, arrive on your dashboard, and have it say “You have no blogs. Click to create one now.” It should send a chill straight to your core. Make you tremble and want to decapitate whoever is responsible for the misdeed.
I wasn’t. I was too tired to care. I was overcome with a numbing nonchalantness that seemed the whole world was distant and nothing could affect me. I don’t know why, but that’s how I’ve been feeling of late. So. very. tired. What do I have to account to all this tiredness? Nothing. Unless you count studying, but I haven’t been studying that hard. Last Saturday I took a nap. I never ever evereverever take naps. I did Saturday. A very long nap.
But my sleeping habits won’t take up any more post space. Lucky for Blogger, I was too groggy to write a proper !!!!!!!!!! post on their help forum (which by the way was full of 404 errors). I simply told them what was going on, and they answered about half an hour later. Which was quite remarkable and efficient I must say. Least they could do after deleting/whatever it was they did I didn’t like it/blocking my blog right?
Anyways, they told me it would take up to seven days to get my blog back. I just slumped into my chair, and waited. A few hours later, WE’RE BACK!
So, today’s Project II post will be posted tomorrow, and tonight I’d just like to say, “Phew, thank Providence.” And ask if I’m the only so disloyal person who is considering changing from Blogger to any other blog hosting platform? I’d like to stay on blogger, I’ve just become accustomed to its template codes and everything, and have yet so much to learn. But I feel that because it’s so early in the game, if I were to change, it should be now. Are you liking Blogger’s changes?
I will go sleep now. So I may write coherently tomorrow. I’m just glad everything I’ve poured time and energy into hasn’t vanished. I cherish this little corner very much, even more so I cherish the connection I have with each of you. If I lost it… Well I haven’t. And I won’t!