I victoriously added a line of code to my wp-config in this blog, and it is now restored to full functionality! This is the very first time that I have successfully read a WP Forum entry about code, found the place in my file manager referenced in the advice, added the suggested line of code, and SUCCEEDED!
The joy of fixing a broken blogsite myself cannot be exaggerated. I saved a little money, since I don’t have to pay the wonder-geeks to fix this, at least (sorry, Quinn!). I don’t understand what I did, but I accept that it worked. That’s a good feeling.
Best of all: I can quell the writer’s withdrawal that had besieged me. I found myself getting so twitchy from not writing that I almost got out a legal pad and wrote an entry to save for when the blog site worked. I’m an analog writer by nature, but I have become so accustomed to this white square and the dancing cursor that it seems like an addiction.
Worse: I’ve had four conversations in the last few days which can CLEARLY be identified as rampant complaining. The daily accountability keeps me somewhat on the straight and narrow.
I’ve missed the “likes” for this blog on Facebook and the little hearts and comments here and there as well. My friends and readers give me enormous strength to continue this #JourneyToJoy.
Thank you, all. Be well. I’m back!
It’s the twenty-ninth day of the forty-second month of My Year [Trying to Learn to Live] Without Complaining. Life continues.