I’ve been working on it for almost two weeks now, and I have most of my shop items transferred over. Now I just have to look at what else I want to bother keeping. There’s a bunch of stuff on my old personal site that is so outdated that I kind of just want to delete it, and call it done.
The wig gallery is by far the most daunting task, and probably the one that will be the last to complete. Like I said in my previous post, I didn’t use any templates, so I have hundreds of pages that will need to be moved over manually. That’s gonna suuuuuuck. I know people like just perusing through my previous work, but I think they’re going to have to detox for a bit while I figure this out.
I’m also thinking about whether I should bother keeping the forums. Ever since the great “Spam Infestation of 2008″, they’ve been all but abandoned. The archived posts can be a helpful reference for some folks, but I feel bad for people who post there looking for immediate help who don’t hear from anyone else but me for weeks.
Anyway, enough website talk! The whole point of this blog is to keep people up to date on what’s happening around here! So what’s happening? Um… I’m working on the website?
Besides that, I’m working on about a dozen custom orders at the same time.
Custom Star Tambourines for Cafe Hoshi
I’ve had to shut down any more custom orders so I can get caught up. Sometimes I won’t get any for a month or two, and then WHAM! I get two dozen. I think they must coordinate their attacks ahead of time. -_-’
I realized on my son’s second birthday that I never posted any pictures of him. My husband does it on his Facebook page all of the time (he’s one of those social networking junkies I don’t understand…), but since I know people get annoyed with gushing parents, I thought I’d spare you. Alas, once again, people are strangely curious. So, here is a picture of my little dude that I took last weekend.
Yes, that is his natural hair color, and he comes by it honestly. Due to the wonderful lottery of recessive genes, he has my Irish lack of pigment taken to the next level. We were just so sure that he’d have brown hair and his dad’s darker complexion, but since we’re both the only brunette children in our respective families, it was a 1 in 4 chance we’d have a blonde. Then you factor in that BOTH of us had redhead grandparents, and it was just a ticking time bomb of ginger madness.
However, the little man is quite the romeo, and the red hair and blue eyes turn the ladies to goo. If he’s this much of an extroverted flirt now, just wait until he hits puberty. -_-’