I find it pretty amazing that with all of our modern technologies these days, the weather aka Mother Nature, continues to stump and mislead us. I had thought I was going to be spending the weekend with a flooded garage but instead I am able to enjoy the wind, the sun, and the crisp air. Many of the boat owners ignored the warnings and as you can see the little harbor in my town is still pretty full.
King's Beach, just down the road
I am grateful the weekend has been a perfect ending to summer and I am now ready to switch gears and focus on the fall, the classes I will be teaching, and finalizing my body of work for my upcoming show over Columbus Day weekend. My new website is up and running although I have to wait until Wednesday for the domain name to be released from the current web host and then I can officially import it into my new web host. I had no idea how involved this process was going to be and am grateful I have learned so much about technology and "behind the scenes" details that go along with web design. I have an ad running in the Paradise City magazine that will be mailed out next weekend and it looks like my switch will be completed before the magazines are received, that was my main objective in the timing of all these changes.
My new website continues to be updated, tweaked, and improved - Fine Art by Robin
There is a local show every Labor Day weekend, 12 Hours of Art on Marblehead Neck, and I plan on checking it out later today. I participated several years ago, that was an "almost" hurricane weekend too, and it was also the official end to my Labor Day show participations! I am so glad the weather is picture perfect for these artists today.