A few days ago, someone told me I live a very exciting life.
Here I am in Texas with a very sick college-aged kid.
Yesterday, it was as gray as gray could be all day.
There were flash flood warnings and it POURED for hours, and hours, and HOURS.
(With an intensity I don’t think I’ve ever seen in Southern California.)
At the end of the day, there was a quick break just in time for sunset.
Trinity River Sunset – Taken with my iPhone
My son is on lots of various medications, has been injected with steroids to help him breathe, and tells me he feels a” little” better.
I think in the next couple days he will, hopefully, be over the worst.
In the meantime, I’ve been busy taking care of him.
Yesterday, Gigasavvy, the company that built my website and is my Internet “host” sent me an email saying this:
This notice is to advise you that GigaSavvy is no longer offering hosting services. GigaSavvy is advising that all clients, current and past, move to their own hosting provider.
We recommend getting a VPS at either LiquidWeb or MediaTemple.
Please begin the process immediately. If the site is not migrated within a timely manner (we are suggesting a 2 week window from today) the site will be suspended. We are happy to help with this process by providing any site files / databases / credentials you may need at no cost to you.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance, and note that any migration support required will be billed at our hourly rate of $225/hour.
Here I am in Texas, probably for about a week, and I’ve been given a two week notice that my website “host” of several years is about to disappear.
Of course, migrating my site etc. costs MONEY.
It also takes TIME.
Gigasavvy, the company that wooed me with promises of great service – is about to pull the plug on my website.
This is my exciting life?
Sick kid …
Disappearing website …
And yes, there’s a part of me thinking maybe I should just close down Twenty Four at Heart.
Maybe it’s time?