Up and Running Again

Those of you who visited this site over the weekend may have noticed that things weren’t working the way they were supposed to. This is because you have all made me weirdly famous, and I maxed out my bandwidth allotment for the month of September. The problem is solved, though, and everything is running normally again.

If you use Bloglines (or another newsreader) you may find that all of the old posts that you’ve already read are coming up as unread. It’s just a side effect of that bottle of tequila you emptied last night of my having moved the site to a different host. I think I’ve caught all of the other problems, but if you notice that something isn’t working right, please let me know.

Thanks for reading, everyone! As website issues go, too many visits isn’t such a bad one to have. More posts coming soon.

AFTERNOON UPDATE: Silly me, giving a link to a contact form that didn’t actually work.  Well, now it’s working. Sheesh. I think we all had more time in our lives when we didn’t have the internet.  Certainly more time to knit, which is exactly what I’m going to do right now.

4 Comments

  • anne says:

    WordPress? Whaddaya think of it? I’m feeling a bit hemmed in by blogger, and have an invitational account (whatever that means) at vox, but am still too new at the whole html/blog thing to feel anything but in over my head. So I’m interested to hear what you think of wordpress.

  • Sean says:

    Sorry to hear you had technical difficulties, but as you say, having so many people visit your site is good thing.

    What knitting are you working on right now? I’ve just been going back and forth, back and forth on my afghan project all weekend. It’s dull, but I’ve added about 2.5 inches to it. Can’t wait to have the darn thing finished!

  • yarn boy says:

    I’m still working on the XXXXXXXXXXXXX for XXXXXXXXXXXX, so I can’t go into very much detail. Unfortunately. Kudos to you for all of the back-and-forth on that afghan!

  • Sean says:

    Oh yes, I forgot. If you told me, you’d have to kill me.

    In that case, thanks for not telling me. 🙂

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