There is an old saying: “Never damn the bridge that you have crossed.” However, I can happily say that I burnt that bridge after crossing it; that proverbial bridge was, Google’s Blogger; the place where this blog originally started. Those of you who have been following me in the beginning, would know that I migrated my blog to WordPress in April of last year. Like many people who did the High Tech migration, I came to the decision to delete it on Google’s Blogger (It made sense to me, because all my posts were safely transferred to WordPress; I didn’t delete the version on Google’s Blogger right away due to sentimental reasons; however, a few months after of making peace with my decision, I deleted my blog on Google’s Blogger).
Also, at that time, the majority of my blogs were composed on my smartphone and Google’s Blogger upgraded their interface; that upgrade didn’t allow me to post my articles via my BlacBerry; I was only able to perform that task by the aid of my PC; I was very displeased; the irony is: If that technical hiccup didn’t take place, I would have never joined the WordPress blogosphere.
Today, the grand irony is: A large percentage of my posts are done via PC (I certainly didn’t see that one coming).
I can happily say that I am proud to be a member of the WordPress community and I wondered on many occasions: Why I didn’t make the switch sooner? Anyway, the most important thing is: I did make that switch!
It was brought to my attention that some of the people who are part of the WordPress community were once part of Google’s Blogger.
I even found out that some of them have blogs on both WordPress and Google’s Blogger.
It is my opinion (And the opinion of others as well), that WordPress is much more fun.
If you are truly serious about your blog and post the things that truly resonates with your soul, you too can survive the test of time.
I would like to thank each and everyone of you for your support and for following my posts.
I promise to continue doing what I do best; which is: The production of wonderful posts.
LOVE and Light to you, Dear Ones and may you all experience success in the blogging arena.