The first step towards getting somewhere
is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are.
You’ve heard of the shoemaker’s child going without shoes, right? I’ve designed and produced many web sites in the past decade but never developed one for my graphic design business—until today. Since I can create both pages and posts on a blog, I decided to customize a WordPress design with my choice of colors, fonts and photograph. Now I will build the rest of the content day by day. Select this LINK to view the new blog.
About the photo—my photographer friend, Jim Miller, gave me kind permission to use this view of the Smoky Mountains. When I lived in North Carolina, I enjoyed a similar view out of my studio window. You may enjoy more of Jim’s photos on The Thoughtful Caregiver and The Contemplative Photographer.
Katherine Misegades said:
He took this at an overlook in the National Park. You are right. It is a magical place.
We frequently hiked and camped in the Smokies when we lived in West Knoxville twenty-odd years ago. It’s a magical place, especially when springtime arrives. An excellent choice of bannter images!