Starting Over

 

Added a picture to my Drawings page, if anyone's interested.

 
 

My website statistics page says that I had somewhere in the region of 65 pageviews yesterday, wow!  Certainly wasn't expecting to see that many. 

I've received a few lovely comments from people who have seen this website, and it's truly heartwarming to hear from everyone!  It's amazing to think that a person can just throw a few words up on a tiny corner of the internet and connect with people all over the world. 

The connection is really what I was looking for when I started this website (it's funny how I say that as though I've been doing this for ages, when it's only been maaaaybe a week) and so far I have been very pleasantly surprised by how many people I've heard from and how many other blogs I've been introduced to through Weebly. 

That being said, I would love to hear from you if you're checking out the website!  Even if you hate it, let me know what you think I can improve.  Or even just introduce yourself.  Meeting new people is great fun!

If I were to end my blog posts with a question (such as this one!), would it inspire you to leave a comment? What other things could I do to make this blog/website more interesting?  Let me know! ♥

 

CSS Help?

02/28/2009

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So I'm very fond of this new Advanced Editing feature that Weebly has given us.  I like that my links don't have to be blue anymore!  Unfortunately, there has been a small snag. 

Hover over the title of this blog post. 

See it?  See the blue?  I can't make it go away. :(

Can anyone help me, please? 

 
 

Today I decided to start up a new blog, on a new website.  Mostly because I am sick of using Blogger.  Also, my mother follows my old blog and there are some things that she really doesn't need to know about.  I'm not trying to hide things, per se, it's just a little stifling to know that there is always the possiblity of her reading over my shoulder, so to speak, and getting horribly offended.  It wasn't an issue when I was at university, but now that I'm living at home again I need to do everything I can to keep the drama at a minimum.

So, it looks like I'm going to spending the day getting this website and blog all set up and running!  Hopefully it isn't overly difficult, and then I might be able to feel as though I've accomplished something today.

I don't expect that this website and blog will get many hits for a good, long while.  I don't plan to give the link out to anyone until after my trip to Mount Allison in March, anyway, because I want to post about things on here that my friends at MTA shouldn't hear about before I get the chance to tell them in person. 

In a way, I guess, this blog/website conglomeration is entirely mine for the next month or so.  I'll have a chance to play around, get a system down... establish things for myself.  This is good.  Change is good.

I hope.