First, I’d like to say I’m opting out of this week’s WordPress photo challenge. Why, are you asking? Because the theme is a word I can’t stand hearing at my house: “mine”. At least once a day my kids argue about some toy, some book, something, anything while screaming, ”it’s mine!” I wish I could ban that word. I tell them to knock it off, but another argument usually pops up the next day.
But maybe you’re disappointed not to see a photo to illustrate “mine”, so here’s one to make you happy. This is my tea mug, which I bought at the San Diego Zoo. It says “This place is a zoo!” and has lots of colorful animals on it. I drink tea out of it every morning and NOBODY else, even guests, is allowed to drink out of it. There you have it, mine.
Now let me go back to the title of this post and tell you how happy, happy, happy I am to report that I’ve completed this 101 in 1001 challenge:
51) Create a new website for my freelance writing & photography business
Alright, so technically this new website is more about my photography than my writing. I thought it was better this way, at least for now. It’s taken me a very long time to get started with the site, find the right template, go through thousands of photos to select the few I would upload. And I’m still not done. I actually have a lot more photos to add but I know I’m heading in the right direction. Almost every page has some meaningful content, so I feel confident to launch it officially today.
I present you my new photography website, where you can feel free to browse the various pages and categories, as well as subscribe if you’d like to see more as I post.
I’ll have another big announcement regarding my photos soon, but I’m still working on this project. All I can say is, I’ll have a special person to thank for letting me see the light. Sometimes you stand too close to it to actually see it.
Let me know what you think!