This week’s blog might be my last.

Dear readers I’m sorry to have to be the bearer of bad news.

My yearly payment for my blog is due next week and I can’t afford to pay for it.

I upgraded because I had used up most of the free space that they offer. The free plans don’t allow me to do a lot on my blog eg posting PayPal links etc etc.

I upgraded because I had to.

Now I’m afraid that I’ll loose everything, all of my hard work throughout the years because I can’t pay.

I haven’t got a clue about how to set up a website or design one either. I’m not good at things like that.

If you can help me please get in touch.

My bill is £90 which is a lot I know.

I’m sorry for posting this but I don’t want this weeks blog to be the last one.

Thank you


12 thoughts on “This week’s blog might be my last.”

  1. Hi Charlotte, just stumbled upon ur blog & wanted to donate to help keep u afloat but the payment hasnt gone through for some reason. Will try again tmrw.
    Hope its not too late?
    Keep up the sterling good work…


  2. I grew up in Dukinfield during the 80’s and remember what it was like then. I’m now in Bristol, and I can see the devastation this govt has brought. Blogs like yours need to exist. I have server space that could host your WordPress blog. If you are open to the idea, I’ll host it for free, so you can concentrate on blogging, not funding it. Let me know, happy to help 🙂

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  3. I’d like to pay more than the default £5 too. I did email, but not heard back yet. Please let me know how to help. Hugs, and thank you for all you do to help people.


  4. Say a prayer Charlotte and see what happens. Yesterday I was walking to the Jobcentre in the rain, feeling pretty down trodden, with just a few pence in my pocket, wondering how I was going to manage. As I was walking I said a little prayer for help to make it through this week. On the way home from the jobcentre I called in to Aldi just to get a bottle of milk, by now totally drenched, and got talking to a woman in the queue, general chit chat about the weather and price of bus fares these days, I told her that’s why I was so wet, walked to jobcentre and back unable to afford buses. This woman, a total stranger, reached into her purse as I was leaving the checkout and pressed a £10 note into my hand, insisting that I take it, “an early Christmas box” she said. My prayer was answered and I was able to buy a bit of food and most importantly some food for my cats, meaning that I will now make it to the end of the week. Never underestimate the power of prayer!

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