My blog was recently just followed …

… by another blogger. https://sukritiz.wordpress.com/

Thanks very much for the follow!

Anyone reading this might check out her blog? For some interesting posts. She appears to be a relatively new to WordPress? That’s not the point, she has some different types of posts, that anyone visiting may see. A type of poetry to prose.

The point of this post was two-fold. It has to do with my blog. It seems I have two blogs called “Holding the Ball”. How the two blogs separated? The other was to thank sukritiz, for otherwise i might never have noticed?

One may be found under https://hirundine.com

The other and more recent https://hirundinedotnet2.wordpress.com

How did that happen? From this point of view, how did I just discover it? How may I merge them together?

When I clicked on “new post”.  The intention was for a post, on how I think of potential subject matter during my day. Then when it comes to posting the matter, is then forgotten or something.

All precipitated by Ms. sukritiz . Interesting username too. My guess is an amalgam? No matter. That’s another thing. Usernames. How do people come up with them? I know about mine but it is an interest for me, how others chose …

Lastly was going to close with a photo of some nice flowers. Instead one of my fiancée. Soon to be, bride. A flower of a different sort. Last evening, trying to meet friends. From that ship in background. The “Ruby Princess” docked in Victoria B.C.

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So, in closing. If any blogger has suggestions about how I might quickly merge the two blogs, under one banner? I would be grateful.

6 thoughts on “My blog was recently just followed …”

      1. If your websites are both wordpress, definitely worth a try, they are usually very helpful.
        OTOH someone there completely stuffed up the creating and editing posts procedure thinking they were improving it, so not sure about current help quality.

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  1. The quality likely varies with who is volunteering? I have a few ideas of my own? Yet, have not ventured to try them out yet. What I find boggling is how it happened in the first place? I certainly did not set out to do it. It does explain some things though. I have seen the second URL before, yet never connected it to a duplicate site. I guess I’m slow on the uptake? From the date of when the posts stopped on the original site, I can track it roughly. Never mind. It’s not that important for me, just annoying. I paid for the dot com address FGS.

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  2. I think two bloggers got mixed up with one blog name that i was following. I have asked in the forums several weeks ago, but got no reply. As neither of them is my blog I have no idea what can be done. The writer of the blog I was originally following wrote posts that interested me, but not the current writer. I have reluctantly unfollowed the blog as there has been no return of the original writer. I think the final letter of the first word in the blog’s name may have been changed, but I am not sure. From what is said in the comments above, it may have been a simple technical error that led to this situation. Good luck with sorting your puzzle out.

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