My blog was hacked. It’s a pleasant blog, hardly controversial, unlike myself on occasion. Cider and Sage intermittently posts blogs about food or life or travel, occasionally social issues and politics, but mostly user friendly information with pretty pictures.
Yet, some lowlife rubbish decided to corrupt my files, most of them irretrievably so. The goal behind the act is unfathomable. What on earth was the point? The only statement made was that the attacker is either malicious, acutely bored, or deeply disturbed, and certainly a waste of oxygen and the planet’s precious resources.
The blogs, while I was hardly religious about writing them, served as journal, self expression, and creativity. They were mine—my time, my effort, and little slices of my life. To have them obliterated by some anonymous worm was, at least, disheartening.
So, we’ll begin again. It seems appropriate that, as Cider and Sage rises from the ashes, our first blog is about eggs, The Baked Egg Epiphany.
To whomever did the deed, if you are next door or on the dark side of the moon, I say with all sincerity and with apologies to the Dalai Lama, die soon.