In case you didn’t notice… my blog has been fixed. All is right with the world again.
All of you bloggers will appreciate this next part… My blog was previously using the Thesis theme. I am now off Thesis because my index.html file was hacked and replaced, and I am safely on Genesis. Genesis is a much more secure theme, and if you’re not on it yet, I suggest reading about it so your blog never gets ugly-fied. Or, as normal people would say, hacked.
Now, if you’re not a blogger — or if you’re the kind of blogger I am and know just about nothing about what goes on behind the scenes — then you can take your hands off your eyes and stop screaming. The techy part is done. Not that I had my hands over my eyes screaming trying to figure this all out. That’s what I had Daisy for. She went above and beyond, adding my troubles to her already-full workload so that I could get out of the fetal position and breathe.
And while I was having tea time with my daughters, a movie night with my hubby, taking a hot bath and recovering from the horror of having to try to comprehend words like server and ftp. … Daisy was working behind the scenes to move my blog safely over to the Genesis theme. She did it so seamlessly, you can’t even tell the difference, which was a big deal to me.
They are busy ladies, both of their queues are full, but again, Worth The Wait!
They are both incredibly smart and talented, and very sweet. Neither of them even once called me an idiot and asked just who I thought I was, having a blog and knowing nothing about how it works. Instead, they communicated with each other and even got into my server to figure stuff out since I was clueless.
In short, Darcy and Daisy rock. In fact, I’m wondering why my mom didn’t name me something with a D—y. Because clearly, women with D—y names know all there is to know about computers. Oh well.
If you’re reading this on a reader, then be sure to visit my beautiful blog and be in awe of the beauty that has been restored.
Isn’t it pretty?