Mickey and Minnie in DisneylandWell, what do you know? I had the luckiest day EVER just yesterday! For those of you who knew, my blog was erroneously deleted by Blogger.
Their crack team of robots had inadvertently declared my blog a SPAM
blog (I mean, really!) and it was deleted without any human eyes having
viewed it to see that it was the furthest thing from a SPAM blog! All
of my posts were gone, my buttons, pictures, etc., all GONE! But then
yesterday, the clouds parted and finally I had my blog back again. It
was deleted for over a week and because I could never get in contact
with anyone from Google, I took a deep breath (actually, so many breaths
that I think I started hyperventilating) and rebuilt my blog from
scratch on my new self-hosted Wordpress site. I guess everything truly
happens for a reason, because now that all of the hard work is finished,
I LOVE MY NEW BLOG! Yesterday, with my original blog coming to life
again, I was able to save my 120 Google friends and get all of my old
posts and material back again! YIPPEE! I was so stoked at this recent
turn of events…but then, come to find out, my good luck was just
beginning.

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