I felt compelled to put my (likely) last Blogspot post over here on fivenineteen.org too. Continuity and all I guess. Here it is! (Ummm, OK so the date shows this was posted on Jan 29th but it is Jan 28th right now so we did a leap into the future looks like. Actually that was my bad; I had the wrong time zone selected on the back end here. Learning, learning. All other posts should have an accurate date stamp!)
Know that feeling when you’re right on the brink of pulling the trigger on something new? You may or may not have it all planned out but you probably have an idea of how you want things to look whenever “it” is done?
I’m not quite there yet, but I’m on my way. And (but) the train is rolling, so no turning back.
What’s going on here? Well, Dearest Followers and Readers, I’ve purchased a tiny piece of the Internet. Fivenineteen.org. Nope, no hyphens (yay!).
What this means is that this is likely one of the last new posts I will do on Blogspot. I’ll continue weekly postings here on fivenineteen.org.
Whew! I’ve ported over all of my posts here from Day One over to the new site as well – thankfully much easier than I thought. Please, please, check out my new work in progress here on fivenineteen.org! And please pardon the dust as well, as I am learning the ropes on how to lay out this new site, choose graphics and get everything looking the way I want it. The post pictures are kind of jacked up right now (all squooshed to the side), but I’ll get it straightened out eventually.
Want to know a little secret? One of my favorite parts of the Blogspot site is the side bar showing where hits come from. It’s absolutely fascinating to me! From countless places around the States to the UK, China, Australia, Maldives, Malta, Romania and Brazil – and so many other countries too. I just love it. And I hope I can replicate something similar here too – stay tuned.
Right now I am debating whether to add my Twitter feed here, but I’m not sure I want it there. And don’t laugh, because in adding Twitter I realized just how seldom I tweet. So that might change too. Follow me @five19 and see what happens. Huge thanks to my dear friend P, who shared a bunch of great tips on site layout, adding pictures and replicating what I have here over on fivenineteen.org. I’ve got a great to-do list for sure thanks to her.
And in other Change News, I’ve got yet another list – thanks to my guy BFF L – of a whole bunch of home improvement projects he is going to help me with. First things first, a run (or two?) to the Dump. This all starts tomorrow, which is why I’m blogging today on a Saturday instead of my usual Sunday (yes, I know it says Sunday; wrong time zone issue which is now fixed). I have no idea how crazy tomorrow is going to be but I know once we get started I’m going to be really excited and on a roll. It’s always that first step that’s the hardest, don’t you think? Having great friends willing to help and provide ideas is the grease in my gears. Sometimes my lists get so long I lose the prioritizing skill and PLOP. Nothing gets done. I get wiggy and overwhelmed. And I’ve forewarned L I likely will along the way. He has great ideas, and (but) he and I have very different tastes in decorating. So this is going to be amusing and interesting. But he knows whose name is on the title to the townhouse here, so we’re all good there. (Meaning, mine).
So the Man Help is on the way tomorrow, and meanwhile I’ve got a ton to do to prepare today, plus get stuff for the tacos we’re going to make. And I have a super late hockey game tomorrow night too. Can I get a second or third wind to skate hard?
Lots more to come – and probably pictures too – as the home projects get underway. Remember, check out fivenineteen.org here for more posts. And if you follow me at Blogspot, why not follow me on my new site here too? I’d be most grateful. Yeah, I don’t care for self-promotion but there ya go – I said it outloud and most humbly.
Alaska Girl at Heart said:
I think I found a way to get a cluster map on your site (to know where everyone is coming from)…tried mine from down here, but didn’t get it working. Remind me when I get home…maybe we can get it up and running for both of us.