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Yep, I broke the blog.

You’re probably wondering, “What’s with the new look? Where’d everything go?” Hopefully, I can get restored to how it looked before I broke the blog on Saturday afternoon.

What I don’t understand is how a hosting company’s backup manager can fail.

Don’t get me wrong. I take full blame for breaking my blog. I put in code where I probably shouldn’t and crashed my theme. That’s all on me.

But when you call your hosting company and say, “Can we pull up the last backup so I can restore my site?” You shouldn’t get a, “Our backup manager isn’t working right now.” response. WTH.

Okay, rant over.

For now, enjoy this lovely streamlined theme. I like its minimalistic qualities.

Lots of new blog posts coming this week. Stay tuned. 🙂

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