Yes, that time of year has arrived where I must pay Hosting and Domain Name renewal fees. This year, however, I am solely renewing the domain name of http://jessicadoyle.ca.
I have enjoyed hosting a WordPress.org Blog. I learned a helluva lot. The learning curve has become a burden I am sad to say, as I am inept at updating the software, and the sheer volume of possible combinations of themes, plugins and CSS styles has overwhelmed me. Moving to WordPress.com will eliminate most of that choice bringing things back to basics and what I truly want to do, write, draw and share.
Since moving to Saint John the realization of:
a. I am not stupid set in 😉 and,
b. Simplify your online life both became quite apparent.
I know enough to make a choice in pursuit of happiness rather than remain stagnant on this Blog.
I can be found at http://jessicadoyle.wordpress.com. In a month I’ll be pointing that Blog to the domain name of http://jessicadoyle.ca after I complete transferring all the published posts on this Blog to that Blog. And from what I have discovered that is no easy task plugin or no plugin. My categories have disappeared and I am no XML wizard. But, I will do my best even if it comes down to copying and pasting each post, 345 in all manually. I wanted to do some editing anyways!
For the time being I will not be updating this Blog nor the WordPress.com Blog. I will be updating Flickr with art and handwritten posts two or three times per week. Hope to see you around! And I will announce when I am alive over on WordPress.com.
Wish me luck.
Mother Earth is a diva and the chalice is an IUD.
Could it be true?
And that is me standing by the roses on the deck taken late *last summer (2006) by my ex, Eric.
I still love you dude.
*I am missing camera parts so I can’t take a pic of myself standing by the this year’s rose buds. LOL.
Is it the negatives adding up that cause critical mass in human beings? Or is it just the positives revealing themselves not as a collective of things but as a gathering of facts, ideas and momentum.
They feel right together. The other things can’t be fixed.
Title – Mother Goose is Loose
Medium – pen on Canson paper
Size – 8″ square
Artist Statement – One Crow Sorrow
Housed on flickr there exists a larger version of Mother Goose is Loose. Click it.
#4 of 5 – MailArt to Rodrigo
Whistling while sweeping eggs is one from the series of five I mailed out to Rodrigo earlier this year.
Click image for larger.
Robert asked that question and I need to, to.
What do you really want?