Dear fellow friends and bloggers! I am so excited to say that the process of ‘upgrading’ my blog to serve as a website has been relatively painless thanks to my friend from Addsomebutter and of course the people behind WordPress!
I wish I took a before and after screenshot, but those have been visiting my blog in the past, will hopefully agree that this new look is an improvement and I am very proud of this ‘new’ online space where I can share my passion for Art with you.
Hanging out at the office of Sune Moolman, discussing progress on this site
Please if you see a link that doesn’t work properly or maybe if the images upload very slowly, or when forgot to credit a photographer, or even a spelling mistake we overlooked, then please don’t hesitate to tell me about it.
Any suggestions or feedback will be much appreciated xxx
So “WordPress” send me a notification to tell me it’s my 4th year blogging anniversary! 4th year…wow time flies!
Visiting cards became an indispensable tool of etiquette, with sophisticated rules governing their use. The essential convention was that one person would not expect to see another person in his own home (unless invited or introduced) without first leaving his visiting card for the person at his home. Upon leaving the card, he would not expect to be admitted at first, but might receive a card at his own home in response. This would serve as a signal that a personal visit and meeting at home would be welcome. On the other hand, if no card were forthcoming, or if a card were sent in an envelope, a personal visit was thereby discouraged. (from Wikipedia)
Thank you to Robert Hamblin for a relaxed photo-shoot (I get nervous in front of camera’s 😉 …
check out his site for more amazing photography!
Thank you to a local business: Pakketmoles who designed my new ‘visiting card”
and last but not least….
Thank YOU dear visitor for visiting my site! xx