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Many of you regular readers have been SO helpful as you send me emails with strange site glitches you have been finding for Sarah and I to fix.

Sadly, a lot of it had to to with being with my old hosting company - and I finally gave them the boot yesterday.

Today, that means until DNS updates and transitions are complete, some site URLs may look funny, and I’m completely incognito when it comes to email right now.

I don’t think anything could feel more claustrophobic.

Comments still work, and my working email address is on my contact form if you need to get in touch.

I don’t think I will have any hair left on my head going into this weekend, but I do thank you for your patience (especially because I don’t really have a lot of it anymore!).

The silver lining in all of this? Not one spam message has crossed my Outlook threshold today. Ahhhh… that is indeed rather blissful.

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On March 2nd, 2007 at 10:42 am, Ponn Sabra said:

Be patient my dear! No need to worry, we’re all here waiting and supporting you.
Hey, if no one else checked yet: Tony Robbins’ site shows “service unavailable”. So, his webhost may not be prepared for the surge in traffic either. It happens to the best…and the best of us!
Keep smiling and hang on to your hair–its beautiful ;-)
Peace, Ponn

On March 2nd, 2007 at 1:26 pm, Char said:

A few more days and all the issues will be long in the past! Keep a sense of humor and go shopping and all will be well. Don’t you need a sassy new pair of shoes? :-)

On March 3rd, 2007 at 1:02 pm, Brian Queenan said:

Everything looks fine to me. It generally doesn’t take more than a day for new hosting settings to propagate.

On March 3rd, 2007 at 5:39 pm, Wendy said:

Char, I ALWAYS need a sassy new pair of shoes - don’t tempt me! :)

On March 4th, 2007 at 2:09 am, Cucirca said:

I like the new look of the website ;)
What’s the new hosting company you are using?

On March 4th, 2007 at 9:35 am, Wendy said:

Thanks Cucirca!! Did you see that I grabbed the RSS button I found on your other site?? :)

I moved to Blue Host. They host my personal development blog. Ironically enough, I didn’t know that I could basically add this site onto that account for free - in fact, I can start up 4 more separate websites (with separate URLs!) on that account and still pay $7/month. (But I would have paid more for their range of services and their customer service.)

On March 5th, 2007 at 6:06 am, Cucirca said:

It looks better on you blog :)
I heard only good things on bluehost so far.

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