The WordPress Purge

     I am in the middle of my annual WordPress purge here. This is the time of the year when I go through all of the followers that I have and those who follow me and see which accounts are still active. Sometimes I am surprised at the results, but I learned to keep sentiment out of this a long time ago when the list of followers and those I followed just got too unwieldy. I prefer to keep a streamlined list of people who I know are active, and particularly those who interact with me. Occasionally I will delete someone who likes to comment on my blog but seldom writes anything themselves. I try to keep those people from being purged, but mistakes do happen.

I wonder why I am explaining this to those who will read it because after all, you survived the WordPress purge.

6 thoughts on “The WordPress Purge

  1. I hope you don’t purge me. Since having treatment for cancer I’ve not been online that often, and don’t comment as often as I used to, but I do read and catch-up as often as I can.

    1. You don’t need to worry. I couldn’t remember if you’d mentioned why you weren’t posting as much, but I sincerely hope you’re doing better

      1. Thanks. I’m doing much, much better but still in “conservative follow-up”. If I have another CT scan I’m going to glow in the dark. 🙂

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