Over the past two years I’ve watched as my husband’s website has grown from a simple concept for a few pieces of paper into an active community site with regular writers, contributors, and tens of thousands of visitors from the four corners of the globe each day. I’ve watched with some surprise and not undue pride as his small hobby and love of tinkering has gradually won the attention of numerous major productivity websites, and even the likes of the Boston Globe, CNN, Pen World, Washington Post, Sacramento Bee, a DIY televison network, Fortune Magazine, the Globe and Mail, the National Post, and an interview with the New York Times among others… but today it did my heart much good to see a show of support from our home province. An especially cool little St. John’s based arts and entertainment paper called the Scope with a circulation of some seven thousand did an article which featured diyplanner.com for their “Student Survival Guide” issue. You can read the interview and other articles in the online version of their paper which came out today.
It is hard to believe Danny just turned one year old today!
Happy Birthday Baby!
This was the only shot with everyone’s eyes open, but Doug did a great job setting up the lighting. It’s been a while since I’ve posted but we have been settling into our new home up North, and I look forward to setting up a work space in the new year. (Hopefully the littlest one will let me catch up on a bit more sleep any time now….)
With love from my family to you and yours.
I just had to share this picture of Conor looking at his Easter egg yesterday morning. He enjoyed playing with it, and kept putting the little pieces back in the egg cup, but he wasn’t sure what to think of his first taste of chocolate. However, he was completely thrilled by the little Easter egg hunt we prepared for him afterwards. He ran around with a little blue basket collecting paper eggs, exclaiming “more and more and more!” He was having so much fun, we had to keep re-hiding them.
As for me, I celebrated the holiday by dressing up as a big turquoise egg. Or at least, that’s what everyone –including Conor– agreed I ressembled, with only two months before I’m due.