I’m so happy and relieved to share the new Studio ‘g’ site spruce up! I’ve been wanting to do this for ages, but since it was a labor done completely by me and my husband it took a while. I am so grateful for Mr. g’s help – I really couldn’t have done it without him. You might notice that there are a few things that still remain to be done – like a bunch of pages that need to be built or completed, but what is here should be working and I will roll out the new bits as they are completed.
Can I ask you two favors though? If you notice a problem with anything – spelling, broken links, general weirdness, whatever – can you let me know? And also, can you give me your honest opinion about something? (I’m having a little trouble being objective) — I received a comment shortly after this went live late last night that pointed out that the right hand side of the header looks phallic (to put it more nicely than it was said). This wasn’t my intent — Its a hedge and a shrub (obviously). But now that this has been pointed out, it is all I can see or think about and I have all but resolved myself to changing it. Not that I feel particularly prudeish about it, but it is meant to be relaxing and now I find it and the notion of its resemblance irritating. Is this just one person’s opinion? Or is it really obnoxious? Should I roll with it and try to have a better sense of humor about it? or should I just draw a different hedge? What do you think?
Linda Estrin posted this Echinocactus platyacanthus picture on her facebook this morning…I thought I would share it since we are discussing plants with a certain resemblance.
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