Morning Light and a Sad Story

Morning Light

The light this morning was just so wonderful shining off this bowl of fresh lemons, I had to share it…

Thanks to everyone who has written to me about my blog being down, I really appreciate your concern, it has been over a week long struggle. The hosting company that has been hosting Natural Suburbia has been under a relentless¬† DDos program attack on their servers and we were informed yesterday, that because of this attack they have no other option but to close down. They have been so wonderful to work with and it was with a heavy heart that I went searching for another hosting company yesterday. A lovely friend of mine recommended a new host and they have been so supportive throughout the move. My blog is now on their new servers and all is well again. I do feel very sad that my previous hosting company has to close its doors. The owner is such an honourable and kind woman and to think that her livelihood is being taken away by these people who feel the need to continually hack and attack websites and servers, who knows why, is beyond my understanding…

Wishing you a glorious day.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


5 Responses to Morning Light and a Sad Story

  1. susan d crochet addict uk July 1, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    Sorry about the hassle you have been having but glad to have you back.

  2. Tracey July 1, 2013 at 3:38 pm #

    I’m so happy you are back Linda, but how sad that your former host company is having to shut down because of the mean acts of others.

  3. K July 1, 2013 at 4:53 pm #

    I don’t understand why people who are clever enough to use hacking skills to destroy don’t just turn around and do something GOOD with them. What was the point, I wonder – but then there are people who have to feel powerful, or whose sense of humor is cruel, destructive – which is actually the STUPIDEST way to use skills and intelligence. They don’t understand that delighting in destruction also destroys themselves. But then again, maybe they DO understand it – how many people who decide to end their own lives choose to do it by taking the innocents first? It’s a thing I don’t ever want to see in real life. And the innocents? It’s the cost of having free will, I guess and I think that being able to think, move freely and make choices is worth the risk, ultimately. My sympathies to her, and my outrage for her.

  4. Joanne July 2, 2013 at 12:05 am #

    So glad you are up and running. But sorry also for the loss of a kind lady’s business by people who are hackers. I agree with you totally.

    I was wondering how the Cotswald Cowl is coming. I know you were trying to work on it, when illnesss and then testing came to the family. Just want you to know how very beautiful it is. Hope to hear about it.

    Talk to you soon.


    • Linda July 4, 2013 at 7:30 pm #

      Thanks so much Joanne:)
      I must get back to it, there has been so much going on with my blog going down and my pc frying, now at least with all that almost sorted I will look at the pattern again.
      Thanks so much for remembering.

Leave a Reply

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes

Hit Counter provided by Los Angeles SEO Company