Wow! Winter is here at T's Place, and it's getting old out there! I sure hope everyone is keeping warm and safe and enjoying the wonderful holidays we have upon us. For those that might come across a website that you think T's Place would be interested in, please contact me and I'll see about getting it on the site for all to share, that's what this site is all about, sharing with others that enjoy doing the same hobby! I wanted to throw a shout out to Sofie for finding a great site for other cross stitchers to enjoy. Everyone now can find the website on T's Links page.
Just thought I'd change things up a bit..
Yes I know, I should be stitching and getting some new projects up rather than doing a bunch of artsy fantasy stuff on the website. Reality is that this was a bit of a surprise. Hubby has been sequestered in his office since we're all about cabin-bound with a couple of feet of snow on the ground. He uploaded this to the site as an unlinked page then told me to go to the link he sent. Of course I couldn't accept it as-is, have to keep him on his toes and all, but I liked it and when the kids saw it they all couldn't believe it was my site. So I guess I'll go with it. That of course sparked a larger conversation, seems he's been chafing at the bit to see me get dragged into the new decade without the site looking like circa 1999. Hence a site re-design. We'll be updating most of the pages, and may clean up or change the way some things are organized and delivered, but for all intents and purposes it's just the look and feel that will be different.
What's not going to change?
Well, things will still be free if that matters. I have banner ads up on some of the pages as I have for a while, they just basically pay for the hosting costs. I'm not about to buy a pink Cadillac with the income from them. Heck, I'd be lucky to pay for a rusty used tricycle with what I make there. So basically this is a "labor of love" so to speak. That said; forgive me when it may take a few months to get new projects up.. a little thing called "life" sometimes rears it's ugly head and gets in the way.