One Blog is Better Than Two

One Blog is Better Than Two…well, at least, according to my husband, who is more of a lumper than a splitter. I’m constitutionally more of a splitter in my lifelong vain attempt to get organized. I have, however, discovered great wisdom in this man I married, including how much easier life is when you lump rather than split.

So I had a blog just about MY art hosted on the server for my website, and another one about other people’s art hosted on Blogspot, and due to technical difficulties that Blogspot seemed to have communicating back and forth to my server (and the consequent inability to continue updating my very own ArtBlog), I decided to lump all my past posts from both blogs together, and Voila! Nearly two days later, I have just one ArtBlog that I’ve also re-christened; now ArtBlog of Marilyn Fenn.

Brilliant, no?

No?

Anyway, you’re looking at it. If you enjoy it at all, link to it in one of many ways (see the righthand column), or just bookmark it and come back again sometime.

I am vowing at this moment, for what it’s worth, to blog more in the future and maybe actually say something.

P.S. This process entailed a lot of heavy lifting of code, and so all previous posts appear as if posted anew, but I maintained their original posting dates and times. No easy feat, I tell you. So if you’re considering hosting your blog on your own server, I would perhaps advise against it. Ask me if you want to know more.

P.P.S. I have some catching up to do regarding blogging about art seen on our vacation a couple of weeks ago. I’m gonna get them done very soon, and will pre-date them to the days on which the events occurred. So look down in a day or two.

One Response to One Blog is Better Than Two

  • Haley Nagy says:

    Just a small project to get you through the holidays huh?This is great! I can't wait to see where your blog is headed.Good luck!

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