Saturday, September 28, 2013

We Interrupt your Regularly Scheduled Program for This Important Announcement

Under Construction LogoThis is probably the only time that you’ll hear me say this. 

Don’t Visit The Zoo on Sunday, September 29.

No, we’ve not been hacked and/or taken hostage by The Kids.

Yes, I’m serious.

The reasoning?

Journeys of The Zoo Website is Under Construction.

If you’re technical, it’s probably sufficient to say that we’re moving from Blogger to WordPress.

If you’re not, then you probably think that you’re on the wrong blog because this one talks Chinese. Rest assured, all is right with The Zoo.

To make a long story short, it’s kind of like Aunt Sally is making her famous Pavlova but she ran out of one of the ingredients so instead of serving it for dinner tonight, she’s going to go out tomorrow and get the ingredient so that you can have your Pavlova.

On Monday, September 30.

I’m sure you’re thinking what I’m thinking, What will I do with my day!?

If you’re really stuck, do what we’re doing, go to Mountain Apple Orchard for a three year olds birthday party. Isn’t that what everyone does when their website is Under Construction?

No matter what you do, please don’t leave a comment. Unless you don’t want me to see it, in that case, leave all the comments you want.

I will not get any new comments.

For Today Only.

Bottom line, our website will be Under Construction for ONE DAY (if everything goes according to plans).

On Monday, September 30, I will write a post titled “New Look, New Feel, Same Old Journeys of The Zoo” (or something like that, I’ve been known to change my mind).

And now back to your regularly scheduled program.


3 thoughts on “We Interrupt your Regularly Scheduled Program for This Important Announcement

  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen

    Love the humour in this and I hope that all went well and that it was in fact all finished in a day. We’re still waiting for a few (over 300) points to be put right with our new (!) house, the painting and here I quote, not a problem when it’s done quickly you can’t tell it’s been done as there’s no colour change – 13 months later it won’t be invisible any more as it’s still not done!


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