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Note: As of 11 am, the site appears to be back to normal. I appreciate you all emailing to let me know when there is an issue and am working to resolve it when it occurs.

If you are visiting my site via a browser you may wonder what in the world is going on. The short answer is – we have no idea.

Obviously it isn’t meant to look like this and there is no explanation for the odd behavior my site has had over the last few months. There are people looking into it and trying to sort it out for me, but if you are subscribed by email or RSS you shouldn’t notice any problems.

It has made me hesitant to share posts – because truthfully, the mess is driving me nuts. If you are able to subscribe by email or RSS, I would encourage you to do so. I have some fun things to share and don’t want you to miss out on them!!

Thanks for your patience as we try to get to the bottom of the website issues!

 

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Comments

  1. It looks perfect to me!

    • I just deactivated a bunch of plugins, but all weekend it has been a mess. Of course not an hour after the post goes up, something fixes. :) I should have posted it a bit ago! :)

  2. Lindsay Butler says

    I am visiting via Google Chrome, and the site looks like it always has. There is nothing wonky going on for me.

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