Arruiné este blog...

Esta es la historia de cómo arruiné por completo este blog que he llevado por casi 8 años: Sé que este blog es un inconstante diario que varía - y desvaría- entre mil temas vagos e diferentes idiomas. Pero me gustaba revisar las entradas de vez en cuando como si fueran páginas en papel...

Pero ahora cuando revisé las entradas pasadas vi que a casi todas les faltan las fotos... y las fotos son parte esencial de la narración porque escribo sobre cosas en ellas.

Admito que es mi completa culpa que hayan desaparecido, porque ahora que lo recuerdo hace un año tuve un teléfono celular en el cual podía ver todas las fotos de este blog... por alguna razón se subían cuando sincronizaba mi cuenta de Gmail.

Un día decidí borrarlas porque no tenía mucho espacio. Asumo que fue ahí cuando accidentalmente las borré no solo del celular sino también de la nube, ¡para siempre!

Gracias, arruiné el esfuerzo de ocho años... no entiendo cómo pasó, nunca me lo imaginé. Con mi teléfono actual puedo borrar las fotos del los álbumes sin que desaparezcan de la nube.

En fin, es mi culpa. Este blog está desecho.

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Sad Flower ha dicho que…
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