No worries about it. I do a blog of sorts, it's a free Google Site, and it has links to other information. I should say did a blog really as there isn't much to write at moment and the longer that lasts the better. It's referenced on my profile.
To be honest my website got too rambling and the 'New' Google Sites I moved it to looks poor and I've lost interest in it. But it remains along with my skin cancer one which is 10 years old.
In some ways I regret not have a rolling post on here although you can write an update and if it gets 20 comments then that's how far people have to scroll to find the updates. Some people have 3000 responses and 10,000 views and keep popping up. If you write a lot of separate comments they get lost.
On the other hand the profiles on here are a great reference and I often read them sometimes to make a better reply and sometimes just to find out what someone experienced. Sometimes it can be uplifting and sometimes rather sad or worrying. Some people have 10 years of treatment or more and there are so many experiences everyone is a bit different. Some write a lot and some not much.
My website has quite a few personal ramblings that I wouldn't write on my profile but I like the profile to be a sort of heart and the website to be the branches.
I notice you haven't written anything on your profile yet, but what you do is up to you. All the best for your op.
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