Thank you for you kind reply.
I came with that idea based on my research on the difference between "drupal and wordpress" and the suggestion from some of those that use wordpress. And the main difference i found is in the number of themes , widgets and the preset tools available in wordpress. Everything in drupal has to be extremely fine tuned, customized and a dozens of modules installed in order for some simple things to work.
If i can get things done simpler and easier on wordpress, why not try it.
For the moment, it will be a test project for my self to evaluate my self and wordpress.
And the reason, why i made a post here is for those that have experience in wordpress to see the level of difficulty and the hardships i will face to get things working similarly to the way i did them my site.
The other reason why i though that i should try different cms, is that there are plans in changing the way my site works. On how the information is being handled and displayed.
By asking the question here, i could get enough feedback whether i should keep just working on drupal or look at wordpress as an alternative.