In Case You Were Wondering

Ladies and Gentlemen, the stage remained dark here at Ursula’s Not So Secret History for 10+ days because after my long run, I needed a break. Like the grande dame in Being Julia, I was emotionally exhausted. In many respects, I still am, but I thought I would post something for my loyal fan base (all 10 of you!). With that, let me say that I am here getting ready for my big move and thanking God every day for my continued good health. Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky.
P.S.: In case I take another long break, feel free to explore my restored archives. There is much to be discovered and learnt about me, yours truly. For that pleasure, you can thank the fine folks at livingDot.com my new hosting company. After setting up my account and installing MT, they moved my blog over from the previous host and imported my missing archives all in under 2 hours. Truly amazing! So here’s hoping that as they grow, this level of service continues.

4 Comments
  1. Congrats on recovering your missing archives. I’ll have to go check them out. LivingDot.com, huh? That’s sounds awesome. When I moved to a new host, I had to do it all myself, and I totally screwed up by not downloading everything off my old host before I switched the namespace over to the new one. Lots of my stuff was deleted. I had it all, or most of it, offline, but it was difficult to track it all down. Also my blog was quite complicated with subblogs for various pages, and I haven’t been able to get it setup the same way, and I’m too lazy to figure out what’s going wrong. It would have been nice to have someone move all of it over for me.

  2. LivingDot.com is one of the four hosting companies currently being recommended by Moveablye Type. I also contacted the other three, but based on the responsiveness and general helpfulness I decided to go with LivingDot.com. And while it’s only been a week, I have no regrets. They delivered on every promise in a timely cost effective manner. Truly amazing! So I highly recommend them.

  3. Nice to see you – was wondering if you were ok!

  4. Glad to see you’re back.
    I’ve missed reading about you : -)

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