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Welcome to Fish & Custard!

This is my first post here at the new domain,! In case you didn’t come here from and therefore didn’t get to read what I posted there, I did something impulsive yesterday. I registered a new domain and then decided to move my blog over because:

  1. I’ve always wanted a domain name with the word “and” in it because it allows me to use an ampersand in the logo and ampersand is one of my favourite things ever;
  2. I love Doctor Who and fish fingers and custard is the 11th Doctor’s favourite food so this domain is an homage to my most favourite TV show ever; and
  3. I feel like, after 14 years, I’m finally too old to be blogging under a domain name with the word “girl” in it.

I’m really excited about starting over at this new domain. Over the years, my readership has dwindled greatly due to my lack of updates in the last ten years, followed by the demise of Google Reader. I am planning on posting more frequently here with hopes that it will eventually lead to some new readership.

If you’re already subscribed to Weblog Wannabe, there is no need to change the feed address to continue following my updates as I’m still using the old Feedburner feed. If you are new here, please do subscribe to the feed or subscribe by email by submitting your email address to the form just above the footer (you need to scroll down a bit). Also, please adjust your bookmark and your sidebar link to reflect the change if you have the old blog bookmarked and/or linked from your blog sidebar. So sorry for the trouble. I just don’t want to lose you, my precious readers! :-)

Oh, in case you’re wondering, I am planning on posting some Doctor Who-related materials here. I still have yet to post about the Doctor Who scarves I made. And yes, I am going to participate in this year’s Fish Fingers and Custard Day on April 3 by trying this peculiar combo and blog all about it. How exciting! ;-)

Here’s to a new beginning!

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