A Brand New Website
Welcome! The website has a brand new look and a Home Page which will act like a revolving door into the site and will feature our latest event, project, or activity right at the top of the page. Scroll down to see what else is happening. We are excited about the changes and invite you to check back often. Join us!
Late March or early April, my old website was hacked to pieces by unknown villain or villains. However deeply disturbing, I couldn’t help but look at the brighter side. A perfect opportunity to rebuild my entire web presence from bottom up by changing everything, you know, make it a Brand New brought back Website, an https with good security.
What a lot of work! There are no magic wands to assist in making a new website. While I know a little (perhaps a very little) more than I did in the beginning, some changes or “improvements” in the process of new website building were confounding and more than a little troublesome. But, once a techie, always a techie, so I had no choice but to stick it out.
There will be changes, some I like and some not. Most of my “deathless prose” as Mother used to call it will be filed away, perhaps to bring out again later in some other form, or brought back by popular request, or filed away to languish in some drawer and gather cobwebs. One section I will bring back in its entirety is “Weaving.” My daughter has requested this as she will inherit the old loom and all the weaving equipment when she retires. [I will never tell her just how much space it requires, and don’t you, either.]
An added attraction will be small galleries (galleryettes?) and some new videos which will be scattered throughout. Although some galleries will appear under Photo in the menu section, others will appear in blog posts. There’s a new “state-of-the-art” camera in the house and new photos nearly every day. I encourage you to peruse and see them all.
Please let me know how you like my Brand New Website, if it is easier to navigate, etc. And, of course, let me know what you’d like to see changed or improved.
Come on in and make yourself at home! J
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