Feeling a tad frustrated with WordPress …

I just wrote and, or so I thought, posted TWO posts.

The first, titled After a not inconsiderable delay … appears to have disappeared entirely. Waaaaaaaaaaaaah! It appeared to publish but then vanished. If you should see it, please let me know.

The second, Dancing to the tune of the spoon – Part One – has posted, as far as I can tell, but lacks context as the first post is missing.

*crawls off to lie down in a darkened room!*


EDIT: It’s been found – of sorts – and can now be viewed here. Thanks for reading x .

3 thoughts on “Feeling a tad frustrated with WordPress …

  1. I got an e-mail to advise me of the post ‘After A Not Inconsiderable Delay.’ But when I clicked on it, it said, ‘Page not found.’ This is what I got. So here is your post, by proxy unfortunately.
    I have to say a big thank you for the mention of my blog. You have been a great supporter since following, and your input is always valued. Besides, ‘Cornucopia’ is just a great word!
    You can point your readers to the comments, so they can see the ‘missing’ post.
    Best wishes, Pete. (Great to have you back, by the way…)

    After a not inconsiderable delay …
    by heartsetonliving
    I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack!!

    And I have a lot to say 🙂 .

    Last year, as I’ve said previously, was especially difficult. I am still grieving after a sudden and major bereavement three months ago. Before that my marriage had broken down, I’d had to find and move to a new home. I’d faced a barrage of tests as a new chronic condition sprang forth bringing with it concerns of an underlying connective tissue disorder. I was studying, volunteering, continuing excessive efforts to rebuild my life post-abuse and subsequent illness … and more. Too much … I know that now. By November I was on my knees entirely burnt out. Only in January did I really begin to recover myself, having learned many more lessons (by now that’ll be half a dozen books I could write).


    I’ve added many more blogs to my WordPress reader in recent months and reading entries is a daily habit for the most part. I’ve longed to write my own but have lack the spoons (see next entry for definition). I’m very happy to be back.

    I’d like to share some of my favourite blogs – perhaps they will be new to you, perhaps they will appeal to you. Just three for now – in no particularly order …

    http://arneamputated.com/ Arne, amputated – from amputation to first day back at work. I love reading Arne’s words and I’m learning much from his story. I’ll be starting a petition if he stops writing when he goes back to work 😉 .
    https://beetleypete.wordpress.com/ The musings of a Londoner now living in Norfolk – great writing with such warmth, great storytelling and a cornucopia of topics. (I think I found Pete’s blog via Twitter and through Pete I found Arne’s blog)
    https://diddispatches.wordpress.com/ A personal perspective on living with Dissociative Identity Disorder. What can I say about this blog that doesn’t sound trite? It’s brilliant. It’s raw, it’s gutsy, it’s a profound reflection of life as an adult following childhood abuse. The public so rarely see what can and what does happen to many of those children. There are so many potential consequences of abuse, DID is just one. DID Dispatches is honest, courageous, inspiring and full of hope.
    TTFN x


    • Pete – you’re marvellous and a spoon-saver!
      Thank you – I will copy and paste and repost.

      I used the word cornucopia the other day for some reason and thought to myself that it’s a great word and I must use it more often. I thought it fitted well with your blog which does indeed offer an abundant supply of good things :-).

      Thanks so much for your comment and warm welcome back.

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