intermission: what's to come

Seriously, it's the end of January already?

This month has flown by.  I have been positively embroiled in all sorts of very awesome plans for the site, and some writing projects, as well.  I cannot wait to share them all with you, in good time. For now, though, instead of my usual posts, I thought should at least give you a heads-up as to what's to come:

I'm in the middle of a huge redesign of the site.  I think I've finally outgrown this one, so I'm working once again with my insanely talented designer, Krystyn Heide (who expressed considerable dismay that I hadn't called her sooner).  We've been putting in long days and weekends, with her doing all of the design work and managing all the coding and technical stuff, and me reprocessing hundreds of photos for the new gallery formats that will be featured.  It's still going to take a couple of weeks more before it's ready to go, but I'm based on what I've seen so far, I think it will be well worth the wait.

Secondly, I know many of you have been asking about when the next Path Finder session will be:  my plan is to have it soon after the site redesign, probably early MarchIf you've signed up for early notification, I promise I've received your email, and you'll be the first to know firm dates.

Thirdly, the second gratitude.2012 newsletter will be going out on February 1st.  I'm so proud of this little newsletter, and would love for you to join me, so if you haven't already and it sounds like your cup of tea, please consider signing up.

Fourthly, I would be remiss if I didn't let you know that Alex took the image above.  I needed a photograph of my hands and a camera for the new site, and Marcus was out on one of his epic rides with no sign of returning before the light dipped below the horizon, so I asked Alex to use my camera and take a shot for me.  And God bless her, I took care of all the settings, and she snapped away.  This was her first shot.  I think she's trying to work me out of a job, don't you?

With that, thanks for your patience, friends.  Tomorrow I'll return you to your regularly scheduled Chookooloonks.


Song: Superstition by Stevie Wonder

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