I’m not quitting.

I just want you to know that I’m not quitting blogging – or anything else yet… πŸ™‚ . Only my blog site is in danger. And next week my blog may disappear or there are going to be some changes. It is just misunderstanding. Someone was going to transfer my blog from WordPress to Hostgator – so I can advertise that someone’s website on my blog – so that this someone can make $$$. But that someone never completed the transfer – so my blog was run by WordPress and Hostgator for 10 months. This only messed up my blogs performance. And next week Hostgator is going to terminate service to my blog. That’s okay with me, but I don’t know what to expect. You know, I only know how to keep blogging, I don’t know anything about all this stuff… So I have to wait and see what is going to happen, and if there is going to be a problem I will have to find someone who will know how to fix it…
You see, if my blog will disappear there will be no more blogging for me… Very scary thought… All my life I have this desire to inspire, to help someone… somehow… But I didn’t know how… and if I try, I was misunderstood. Now I can do it with my blog. My dream come true…
So now I’m living double life: one is my daily living routine – and the second in the blogosphere……. πŸ™‚ .

Someone UNKNOWN said: “If you don’t live for something, you’ll die for nothing.” Thank you UNKNOWN, whoever you are!!!
And thank you all for reading. You are all my inspiration to go on. I have so much more to tell…
And if my blog will disappear for a while – I will find a way to make it appear again! πŸ™‚ !

God Bless you all
oneanna65

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69 thoughts on “I’m not quitting.

  1. I also look forward to your blog, and I am touched by your words, and purpose. Where there is a will, there is always a way my dear… Take care…

  2. I don’t think your wordpress blog will disappear without you deleting it. So, you should be ok as far as wordpress. I’m getting your post notifications in my wordpress reader, so that tells me that your wordpress blog is working correctly. And, since it is a free blog and you aren’t changing your settings it should still be here when Hostgator terminates their service. I’m not sure how all the tech stuff works, but it sounds like Your friend somehow linked your existing blog, or it’s content to hostgator in addition to your wordpress blog. Please post next wee after hostgator terminates your account with them, so we’ll know your still here. πŸ™‚

  3. This obviously is on WordPress, so I doubt it can disappear. If that person has bought you a domain for a year, that domain will disappear, but it doesn’t matter much because if you still got this wordpress site, the other domain was probably a redirect. Not enough info to say anything exactly though. Good luck. Hope it’s like I said.

  4. Why you no back up your blog? Its way to simple. So even if the blog gets deleted, you have the back up .xml file which you can upload once you have a new blog up and running. And you’d retain all the comments too! πŸ™‚

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  6. Yes wordpress is good and gmail blog is another avenue (to name a few) : https://plus.google.com/+Blogger/posts . So sorry to hear that happened to you. I have been writing almost 4 years about events and fundraisers. Some hackers made me close my email of almost 10 years in the beginning of the year. Why people have to take there talent and do bad, I will never know. My sister said they wrote I was kidnapped and they wanted a ransom (truly sickening) …

  7. I hope to read a new post by you very soon! I’ve had to turn to someone more knowledgeable about such matters at least a time or two. Thank you for again liking my blog.

  8. “All my life I have this desire to inspire, to help someone… somehow… But I didn’t know how… and if I try, I was misunderstood. Now I can do it with my blog.” I can relate to that! Praying that it works out.

  9. I’m a techno twit so I can’t really advise you – when I had a problem with WP I went to http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/ then clicked ‘I didn’t find the right answer’ and typed my question in one of the boxes provided – I think I ended up asking the community. I got some helpful answers that enabled me to solve my problem. I hope you do, too – if you have to start another blog, please let me know how I can find it! Best of luck πŸ™‚

  10. Blogging is a big learning curve. It requires great sticktoitiveness to say the least, but so rewarding when we finally get over the stress hump. We are all battling cancer at a cellular level all the time. It’s what our bodies do. Our immune systems are the key. We have to be vigilant to keep up with doing what we need to do to get ahead of it and keep our immune systems in tip top shape. Same with everything in life. Life is not for wimps; neither is blogging. You can do it.

  11. Good to know you are still out there blogging. And I want to thank you for liking “Telephone Killer – chapter 14” on writingiam.wordpress.com. TK is just fun reading, but for a novel that will inspire (I hope) and inform, my historical novel, River Congo, is much better reading. – I like what you write. I will be following you. – Thank you and Aloha – pjs.

  12. Wow! Your blog is awesome! Thank you for visiting mine which is very new. I only just got the gutsy I needed to finally take the plunge and it’s exciting! Congratulations to you for your lovely positive outlook and I wish you all the best of everything! I’m 66 and born on 5 April so we have lots in common! May you have many more happy birthdays!

  13. Thank you for visiting my site, and I am glad to have found yours. You share some very important information on your site, and I hope the technical issues will be fixed. Best wishes from Japan.

  14. Hello Oneanna,

    I just checked out Hostgator and they have a number you can contact to ask them how to complete the process to not terminate your blog – 1-866-964-2867 It might be worth a call or go to their website: http://www.hostgator.com and do a web chat and ask them how to not cancel your blog.
    On the site you will see that you can pay $3.95 a month to use their host. Might be worth trying. You are inspiring people and writing is cathartic.
    Have you read any of Gerson Therapy books? I have talked to the owner, 90 years old and she still is involved in her 2 clinics and continues to write, and speak about cancer. http://www.gersoninstitute.com

    Wishing you health

  15. Thanks for liking my blog. “Learned Lessons” at gerisroom.wordpress.com. I think we are about the same age. I’m not worried about aging so far since my health is good. I am enjoying life. I’m going to look around your blog a little more. My blog is about photography, and since I hike a lot, hiking and taking pretty pictures and then sharing them with another interested.

  16. There’s a quote from a song by Marvin Gaye called “Inner City Blues” where he sings – “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything”. Seems pretty close to your Unknown’s statement, eh? πŸ˜‰

    Cheers to you always, and long life to your blog!
    Steve

  17. So fun to cross paths again! You often liked posts from my first blog, A House Built Upon A Rock, and have found me again on the new blog I started about my family and my kiddos: Bright Minds. Small Talk. Thanks again for stopping by and liking Papa. Chee. Woo. I sure love my baby boy. πŸ™‚

    Glad to see you are still here and truckin’ along! I have to say…since I took a break from blogging and came back, a friend of mine has been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma… and another brother in my local church has prostate cancer – both are in their mid to late 20s. We are praying for them, our whole church family, and believing for their healing. While we have great hope in our God, testimonies of survival such as yours is encouraging and inspiring.

    You are an incredible person! God bless you! – J.C.

  18. I used to have a different hosting service and it was OK, but the site builders were for the birds. If I had not been previously trained in web design, I would not have been able to do all the reprogramming I had to do manually. I have had a few issues with WordPress by having to manually write in some of the html coding, but nothing like what I experienced with that other site which shall remain nameless.

  19. Thanks for the follow. My blog was a pingback to a blog called “Get me a rewrite, sweetheart” highlighting my post by Jayne Cortez’s Push Back the Catastrophe. It’s a title not a sentence and if you don’t care for my blog, guess what move on, get over yourself! I am new to this blogging thing however I was disturbed by the action and my response was to trash it! Keep on keeping on…JBC πŸ˜›

  20. Keep up the blog and start a new one if you have to sister. For without a vision, people perish. I am just learning how to blog and I am on here to inspire and encourage others. Good for you and keep up the good work.

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