Well, here’s the thing. I’m usually pretty tech-savvy, with the exception of printers and fax machines, the latter of which is practically obsolete.
With that said, one might think that a simple blog website like WordPress would be a breeze for me. However, in that case, one would be entirely incorrect. WordPress is the most impossible website I have ever attempted to use.
I even sat through a session at a writing seminar on blogging and the lecturer explained WordPress in detail. Granted, I was only attending this session because there was nothing better to do during the hour… but still.
Anyway, this rant that you’re reading right now used to be a blog post. But recently, I decided that I didn’t want to leave it up anymore, because sometimes I publish things and then realize a week later that it sounded a lot better before I clicked “publish.”
Because of this, I decided to delete this blog post. In my attempt to do so, I clicked “edit,” after which I searched high and low for the stupid “delete” button, finally coming to the frustrated conclusion that it does not exist.
So this explanation is a replacement for a stupid blog that I wrote and decided I didn’t like. I hope you weren’t expecting to find some great piece of literary blogging here, because I’m pretty sure I just let you down hard.
But if you are reading this and you know how to delete a blog post on WordPress… be my hero, make yourself useful, and explain it to me. Thanks.