Memories have been restored.

Over the past couple of hours I have been working on uploading posts (sorry to those who got an old post email) from the past to this site using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. After looking through them, I feel ashamed 😳 that I have let this site go the way it did. I never intended for it to have massive breaks because I was trying to juggle school and my social life at the time. The blog posts were even short back then unlike now.

I’ve always been good at blogging 📰 but I have just let other things get in the way. While I have been away from the World Wide Web, all I have been doing is making new friendships and starting new jobs in Horticulture 👨‍🌾 . I have also been using this site to make apps but have never completed them.

Anyway this week I accidentally lost my work vehicle keys 🔑 while on the job. They ended up in a bag of green waste but thankfully it was in the first bag I opened up. There were 4 bags. So I felt relieved when I found them otherwise it would cost me a bit to get them replaced!

I’ve been thinking about reuploading the old pages too that this site had but I deleted them from my computer ages ago by mistake. Plus they would be so outdated that some of it wouldn’t even work in a browser you use now. I’m not even sure if anyone creates websites 🎨 with themes anymore. Though if you have any suggestions for new content, can you please leave it here. Even though I haven’t really done web design for ages, I still remember the basics and happy to learn new things.

In terms of the surveys I mentioned in the previous blog, I will leave it until another day when I gain my visitors back.

If you have gotten this far into the post, thanks for reading. If you know me you would know it’s my 27th Birthday 🎂 today and unfortunately due to coronavirus, I can’t see anyone and they can’t see me. It sucks but I remind myself that when all of this is over, I will be able to see everyone again and that’s what matters the most. So I keep looking forward to the future instead of the present. Please just take care of yourselves though this difficult time so you’re still there when it’s all over!

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