Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Moving...this time for real!

I am moving my blog over to wordpress everyone. The problems with the constant feed issues have made me make this decision. I will keep this blog available if the mess ever gets straightened out. Please visit me at http://perennialgardener.wordpress.com/

11 comments:

Darla said...

Oh, wasn't aware of any problems.

Rose said...

I know I missed your post about moving; I'll be sure to change the link on my blogroll as soon as I can. Enjoyed your Blooming Tuesday flowers; I have a strange clematis that is blooming now, too.

Defining Your Home said...

PGL -- I didn't realize there were problems. I want to hear your experience with migrating to WordPress. Can you port all of your archived blog material or will it be lost and you're starting over? Bloggers want to know! Cameron

Roses and Lilacs said...

What problems were you having? I get frustrated with blogger sometimes too, but figure they all have their down sides.
Marnie

PGL said...

I was mainly have problems with my feed going through Blotanical but there have been other issues in the past couple of months too. Fortunately I was able to keep all my postings, wordpress gives you the opportunity to import them all in which was great. I'm glad you enjoyed my Bloomin' Tuesday post yesterday.

garden girl said...

Hi PGL, I understand your frustration!

I'm off to check out your new blog!

Sara G said...

Darn, I will miss you on blogspot. But i will update with your new address and continue visiting!!
I passed on an award to you, go to my site to pick it up and then pass it on too!!
Take care

ChrisND said...

I figured the real move would come...clicked the last post and didn't get there. Got to the new one now though.

Paula said...

No worries -- I'll come find you!

Eve said...

I will follow you to your new home. I do feel like you are moving out of my neightborhood somewhow though. I hope you get settled in all right.

Hypertufa Gardening said...

Thanks for letting me know. I find wordpress works better too.

Sincerely,

Jamie Boyle
Hypertufa Gardening

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