This post was first published in January 2015 when I was blogging on Blogger as well as WordPress. I am happy to announce that Jason still has his blog and am fully blogging at WordPress. Not my best poem but it certainly was good intentions 😉
Yesterday I heard something outrageous!
As some of you know, I am also a blogger at WordPress with two accounts (I’ve created one by accident and as I had it I used it). On one of them, I stumbled upon a new blogger two years ago. He was different. He included. He was welcoming. He shared his experience. And he got very, very successful.
So successful that his account looks like spam to WordPress, and they’ve decided to suspend either the whole blog or certain features on it. Linda G. Hill, whom I admire a lot as she creates memes that are real fun, has taken it upon herself to help that particular blogger to stay in business.
I’ve met her via that particular blogger, and therefore I support her cause. I am not quite sure if that blogger is so happy about it. I actually have the feeling though he is a little tired of his fight as problems like this happened before.
But I have a feeling he has no choice in that because he helped and entertained too many of us. No matter what comes from the whole campaign: I admire Jason Cushman on HarsH ReaLiTy a lot for his work and most of all the support he gives to others. No matter the language he uses. Those, who can look through the roles and pretences, are aware of what a generous person he is.
“The Bee Writes…” has evolved a lot since it started in September 2013. One reason it looks how it looks now, and it concentrates on the projects it concentrates on are his input.
No matter what will happen to his blog: I want to say “Thank You!” for his hard work and the support he has given to so many bloggers with one poem on “A Prompt A Day For Bee”.