Technical Difficulties = Lessons Learned

If you ask my friends what one of my faults is they'll probably tell you that I'm impulsive - this might be true - I tend to leap first.  Most times, things work out and, sometimes they don't.  When they don't, they don't.  What I've found though, is that when they don't work out I end up a little bit smarter than I was before.   

I recently decided that I was going to switch my blogging platform from WordPress to Squarespace. 

I'm vowing now to write about this process ad nauseum.  Why?  Because when it comes to the 'behind the scenes' part of blogging (i.e. the coding, the domain mapping, etc.) I'm totally clueless.  When you read things on the internet like, 'I transferred my site from Wordpress to Squarespace!  It was awesome!'  what they aren't telling you is that it took hours.  Or maybe they forgot to tell you the part about how they have been working in IT for the last 10 years.

A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila.
— Author Unknown

To say my transition was less than smooth would be an understatement. 

The point of this post?  Well, it's an apology of sorts.  I'm sorry that things were defunct if you stopped by.  I'm sorry if your RSS feed isn't properly working.  I'm sorry that you think I'm a traitor for leaving WordPress. 

Hopefully, things will be fully back in business soon! 

In the meantime, I hope you like the new look....because I mean really, what's not to like about simplicity?!