Folks, I have been so concerned this past week, in particular. I have learned that my website is proving to be difficult to view. To avoid repeating all the specific issues, I’m simply providing a positive update. The company I purchased my photography website through: Portfoliositez is being absolutely amazing! I had sent two urgent messages and, not having heard immediately thought perhaps they didn’t check in on weekends. This morning, to my delight I had a pair of responses from them and with possible solutions! We’re still working through some of the issues and the necessary troubleshooting but if anyone out there is EVER in need of a photography website or one dedicated to photography types of service, I highly recommend www.portfoliositez.com … their customer service is outstanding! That brings me to the topic of this post: change.
I have decided to change my specific template for my website though will be staying (naturally) with the same company. So, despite my extremely heavy workload this coming week, I do hope to begin working on creating a brand new website with my newly selected template. The address, of course, will remain the same though the look will be drastically different. Using my website, however, should be improved from the current issues. I’ll make an official announcement on the day my new look goes online — give me at least a week please. Stay tuned. Change is a good thing (isn’t that something “Martha” would say?).
PS: Did I mention that 3 of my images are on display at our local library for the Alberta Arts Days? When I attended on Friday, I had actually not brought my camera with me. During the week, if I get there, I’ll take a photo of my photos but also of some of the other great local art on display at the Hythe Library. Thanks Karen!