I’m not going to sugar coat it. It’s taking me longer than expected, with the holidays, to complete the new site by Tuesday. I wanted to roll it out all at the same time. It should have only taken me a week to program, but limitations with my account has made it almost impossible to do what I want.
Solution, make the new stuff live as it is ready. Nothing else I can do when I’m blind folded with my hands tied. WordPress is the AOL of web hosting and that is all I am going to say about that. I don’t feel like looking for my crayons.
The good news, has nothing to do with car insurance, is I randomly shot some photos on Christmas Eve and Adobe liked them. Every year one of the stops my family makes on Christmas Eve is at her bosses house. He lives over in West Seattle. He has a three or four story house with some great views of downtown, the ball fields and the docks.
When we got to their house the weather was pretty clear, but it was late in the afternoon, so light was getting scarce. I had my camera to take photos of the kids and their presents. When I saw the view I said to myself, good thing I brought a spare pair of socks. I went out on their deck shoeless to get some shots. I didn’t want to risk losing the light by running back to the car to grab the tripod, so I adjusted accordingly. Since I had a few shots that weren’t approved, I will share…