If you're reading this, thanks for traveling with me- again. I think you're beginning to wonder if I am a nomad as I continually change the location of my blog. In my "about me" section on my old blog, I indicated that the names I used for me and my husband were in fact pseudonyms to protect my identity. I accidentally left a comment on a blog my SIL frequents like an obsessive using my anonymous blog's information and the comment I left indicated who I truly was. Because she obsessively checks the comments on this site, and I realized I did this about 15 hours later, I don't know if she went over to my anonymous site and put 2 and 2 together. I think she may have.
The good thing is I was already password protecting posts that were deeply personal anyways, so I am relieved about that, and though I'm unhappy I made this mistake and very unhappy that at least for 15 hours she had the potential to read my most vulnerable thoughts, I am also reminding myself that its a site about sadness and about fear and hope. It's a site about infertility, miscarriage, and pregnancy. I'm not scribbling about my nym.phoman.iac tendenies or my crack habit. If she reads it, its embarassing, but life isn't over.
In some ways its nice that I've been forced to move. Though wordpress has great templates, its maddeningly vague on its stats re: who is coming and going. If I could have installed a simple statcounter there like I can on blogger, I would know definitively if she was reading or not, since I know her IP address. Alas, I must live with ambiguity, but I decided if I'm going to switch, I may as well switch to a site that allows me a little more autonomy on what I can and cannot do on my blog.
It's also interesting to be switching my blog today, November 7. As you might know, my due date for my first pregnancy was today. It's interesting to leave that blog, template, content an all and really move. It feels symbolic to me.
So, in conclusion, welcome. Let's hope I can manage to not slip my identity in the span of six months to go. Jeebuz! If you've trekked over, please say hey. And thanks again for sticking along!