Creative mind, not tech minded.

I’m beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel of this whole “launching a website” adventure. Not exactly tech savvy over here.
There have been highs.
There have been lows.
There has been a lot of time spent staring past the computer screen internally whining “I just want to create stuff!”
 A big thanks to the following peeps in my life who’ve been so incredibly helpful in this adventure.
My parents who taught me pockets are made for rocks and other treasures.
Otto, who introduced me to beachcombing in south western Ontario.
Michelle and Jeff. If people help you move, they like you. If people help you move 6 hrs away and don’t question, and in fact understand why you’re moving a box labeled “Literally a box of rocks”, well, that’s a special kind of love.
Jennifer who gently shoved me into taking this leap, her ongoing cheerleading and all the advice she’s given me. Without her and her confidence in me I probably wouldn’t have taken this leap.
Anna, who is way more computer savvy than I will ever be. She saved me from having several mental breakdowns with her computer skills, humor and spirit.
Both are talented artists in their own right and I’m lucky to have them in my life, especially during these covid times.
 So, hopefully soon this will be a “published” website, still a few things to do, but I definitely see light at the end of this tunnel… is it foolish to think that after this site is up, I can spend my days at my workbench?
… probably…
But it’s nice to think about.

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