It was because at the time my blog was kind of broken. Limping along if you will. I could log in, write posts, publish posts and all, but if you tried to click on any of the links they didn't work. You couldn't click on the link to comment or to check out my other tabs on my page, nothing.
So I put in a ticket with tech support and waited somewhat patiently for them to address the issue.
I didn't want to blog during that time because I didn't want to drive traffic to my site and then have my blog reading buddies become frustrated by it not working. Also, during one of my calls to tech support one of the options they gave me to fix it was to reset my blog to a point in time when it worked properly, only downside is that I would lose everything I had done after that reset point. So I didn't want to put up a lot of content only to have to redo it later if that was the only solution they could offer me.
So I waited a week and didn't hear much from tech support so I called to check on the status of the ticket and didn't get very far. Turns out my hosting site had recently underwent major renovations on their side so the call volume was high. Great! I found out that some users were having this problem but not all users. So basically they were saying they were stumped. So back to waiting I went.
Then, almost two weeks after I submitted my ticket to tech support I get an email. Drum roll Please!!!
Turns out I'm the one who broke my blog!
So apparently I'm not good at HTML code. Weird.
Who knew that if you added a feature with HTML code that has an open loop it will cause your blog to not load properly??
I clearly need to stick to running and writing (awesome, hilarious, witty, entertaining) (<---pick your own adjective) blog posts.
Luckily I know a super hot web guy and he was able to fix my mistake once the Tech Support email came through. Thanks Hubbo! :)
So there's my confession as to why my blog was broken for a couple weeks.