Saturday, November 10, 2012

Small change of plans...

I'm quite fickle, it seems. I move to a new blog home, I decide to password-protect some posts but not others…and now I decided to make it a private blog.

I sent out invitations to those who've emailed me for the password…but if I missed you, leave a comment here with your email address or else email me at crashcoursewidow at gmail dot com, put PASSWORD LIST or SUBSCRIBE TO BLOG in the subject line, and include your email address. I'll send you an invitation as soon as I have a chance…which might be within a day or two, depending on how my week's going.

If you already have a account, you can just go to the new blog ( when you're logged in to Wordpress and click on the link to request access.

A note in Sept. 2015: If you're requesting access to my private Wordpress site, please drop me an email at crashcoursewidow at gmail, briefly listing who you are, how you found me, and why you'd be interested in my private blog. I haven't had any posts visible here on CCW in 3 I generally don't grant people access to the private blog unless I know more about you. Thanks!


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