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Lately I’ve Been Going Topless

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Many of you might not be fully aware, but for the last month I’ve been going topless.

Since I moved my blog over to First2Board a month (and a day) ago, unlike the rest of the F2B team who’ve been fully clothed, I’ve been running around without a top.

The featured image of my blog posts aren’t appearing on my blog entries on the F2B homepage and we can’t figure out why.

We’ve been running tests and trying all sorts of things to try and fix the issue. I even temporarily switched themes late Friday night to see if that would resolve the problem.

Tonight I’m trying a new approach.  Hopefully, this one works.  Because it’s a bit of hassle being topless.

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Monday 24th of June 2013

Glad you got your top back!

Debbie Schroeder

Tuesday 25th of June 2013

Me too! :)

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