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Moving

Hey, what up?

So…. I started a new blog. It’s nothing personal. I have been having some frustrations with WordPress for a while. There are some limitations on what I can do without shelling out the moola to do it. I’ve been quietly snooping around for a different hosting site, trying to find one that is still free for my cheap self, but gives me a little more freedom with the blog.

I have also always felt a little awkward posting non-H related stuff on this blog and I find myself wanting to write about more things that I am interested in. I have dearly loved HSquared, but it is time to move on. It’s not you, it’s me. No, really. It’s totally me.

If you’ve enjoyed reading this blog, please hop over and follow my new baby. I think it’s going to be even better.

Thanks, WordPress. It’s been real.

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Tumblr

I have a tumblr account. Feel free to check it out, but I must warn you that it’s not much to look at.  My Instagram pictures post there and links to my blog posts and that’s about it. I mainly have it so I can follow other tumblr blogs about tv shows I love, tv shows I should watch already so I can start loving them, and YA fiction. But that’s not the point of this.

My point is that I have been wondering lately about this blog. I love writing it and having my own forum hear to talk about my life with the H’s, but I wonder if it means anything to the small group of people who read it (Mom, this last sentence does not apply to you). To paraphrase a lovely movie, I live a small life. A life that I have a lot of joy in and take pleasure in, but in the grand scheme of things is very small and quiet and probably not of much importance to the vast majority of people. But in cyber stalking myself the other night (is that even possible?), I stumbled, or tumbled, I guess, upon this quote that I originally had built my tumblr account around:

And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt. ~Sylvia Plath

And there is the answer to my wonderings. I knew it all along. I feel a little like Dorothy right now being told by Glinda that she always had the power to go home. Does anyone else have a small, quiet life they share? Leave a link to your blog in the comment section. I would love to read it!

 

 

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