iWeb you may disintegrate, self combust, implode…whatever. I have my blog. I moved it. No thanks to you apple people! I only waited until the bitter end because I was just SURE someone was going to figure out a simple way to move my blog off of iWeb before it “goes away” forever on June 30. Sadly, that just never manifested. Or my search engines completely bite. which is a possibility. However, I managed to get my 222 blog posts over a 3 year period moved over to a 2nd WordPress site so that I can sort them out and re-blog (bonus for me! and you!) at will.
As I was madly cutting, pasting, dragging and dropping this past week I did get sidetracked a few times re-reading old blogs. Something I just don’t do. I don’t love the same song over and over, the same TV show, the same movie more than once (OK….VERY few exceptions* on that one). It was interesting. and funny. and sad. and bittersweet. and insightful.
Do you re-read any of YOUR old blogs? Journals? I’m curious. Have I just been missing out in NOT re-reading my old musings? Hmmmmm…..
Well. I have a few other things I’m mulling over in my brain before I put it to the blog, but be assured….I have so much to share with you….maybe not all 222 posts but plenty of them!
Now I’m off to put some cortisone on this garden issue on my forearm…..it better NOT be poison ivy, that’s all I’m going to say!!! And then I’m off to bed!
**Movies I will watch more than once, in no particular order:
Under the Tuscan Sun
Fried Green Tomatoes
Star Wars (purely as a matter of chance….2 boys who’ve watched them a zillion times and 2 girls who are being newly indoctricated…starting with #4. of course)
Father of the Bride…1 &2
Cheaper by the Dozen 1&2
there might be a couple more, but that’s just off the top of my head…what about YOU?
Sad to say, but have watched all those movies more times than I care to admit. Under the Tuscan Sun is on of my top 5 favs and watch it any time it’s on! We’re all allowed to have some quilty pleasures! xoxo
I definitely reread blog posts, and my journal. The good thing is that my blog tends to be high quality, so I can enjoy reading something I’ve bothered to think about. My journal generally depresses me. It’s all, “Oh, I forgot my MIL was so mean to me the first two years,” and “I forgot my sister said that to me on my wedding day.” But generally I look and see that things have gotten better, so I don’t mind the momentary depression.
Good way to put it….looking at how things turned out and how we came through a particular difficulty.