I’m starting to get a little uncomfortable posting my thoughts here. It’s best to keep them in head. I’ve been doing that for as long as I can remember. It’s when I open up when problems start happening. Either I get into trouble, feel uncomfortable, or depending on the person I’m talking to, I feel worse afterwards, or something else bad happens. Well… that’s just my observation. So let’s avoid any problems here and close the book of thoughts. It doesn’t matter anyway. Color is everything. Color is my true happiness. This website will only be about my love and nothing else.
On a more pressing issue… I have to move this website to a new host by the 8th or I’m going to lose this website again. I did find a cheaper host but I didn’t buy the hosting yet. It’s very cheap, under 3 dollars. There’s one plan that’s under 2 dollars. Not sure which one I want but I have a few days to decide. I hope everything works out this time around. A bit sad that I have to leave fatcow but I thought I had to pay monthly, not yearly.
After my last design, I thought about my travel project again. This time… I would love to take photos of foods in restaurants and tourist destinations. I think that would be pretty cool. I have to write a small proposal tomorrow. I will provide more details on why when it’s finished. I was thinking about doing another kickstarter but I’m not sure. The proposal is different but I could use parts of it for the kickstarter. I recently read that someone made over 70 thousand dollars to make a potato salad. That’s pretty cool, right?
Hopefully, the website host change will be a smoother transition from last time. I have to download filezilla to help move the images between hosts. That’s truly a pain. I done it before and it can get quite messy with wordpress. Importing the posts is no problem. It’s just the images…. Thinking about it is giving me a headache.
Ending this post on a very positive note. I will be making a new design late tomorrow. Maybe around midnight. I’m thinking about creating an abstract portrait on either Emily Dickinson or Virginia Woolf.