Well, for those of you that have been wondering why The EdRay Report went down, here’s the reason. Back in May, certain files were broken, causing an HTTP 500 issue that would not allow me to access the site. This is an easy situation to take care of by contacting my webhost. Usually it takes up to 48 hours for the HTTP 500 to work itself out. This was unfortunately not the case. I should have contacted my webhost about the issue immediately, but I didn’t.
Another issue was the fact that I was burned out. Personal responsibilities, trying to maintain this website, and building up a fanbase on social media finally got the better of me. In other words, I was burned out. This did not mean that I abandoned responsibilities in my garden. When you make about a dozen episodes for an independent website, then work tirelessly to build up a reputation on social media, there comes a time when you need a break.
So think of what happened with my website being down for a while as a break to collect my thoughts and regain my senses. Don’t get me wrong, I could have taken care of the issue immediately with my webhost, but I was mentally exhausted trying to build this website to talk about economizing. This is in no way the end of The EdRay Report as of yet.
In August, I will bring back the core content here on The EdRay Report. I may do some random videos like grocery shopping and such. It all depends on the situation in question. Meanwhile, for those of you on summer vacation, enjoy your summer vacation. I will post more blogs before getting back into vlogs. Meanwhile, you can go on the list where you can view all the episodes of The EdRay Report. Thank you for your time ladies and gentlemen. I apologize for what happened.