Kirsten of Wright Creativity gets every ounce of credit for my newly designed blog. I think she exemplifies the word creative: Resulting from originality of thought, expression, etc. It's the "etc." that made working with Kirsten a pleasure.
I sent her some very, and I'm exaggerating this even, sketchy description of what I wanted to do to this blog's design and she took what I sent and did this! Doesn't it look great?
I wasn't going to redo my banner, but she said she was just "feeling creative" and put this one together. I think it's so rare to find someone who takes that extra step just because they feel inspired. (MARCY is like that, too.)
Kirsten is available to work her magic on brand spankin' new blogs or if you feel like your blog needs a make-over, you can CLICK HERE to contact her. She works in Typepad and Wordpress, and is also available to do the odd button (see mine to the right if you want to take it for your blog), Twitter backgrounds or logos for you.
I looked into several other blog designers and was put on a long wait list, then it occurred to me to ask Kirsten--who is a BLOGCRUSHER and I read her BLOG faithfully. She did everything in two days. It's like that saying "I say it here and it comes out there." (That's a saying, right? I didn't just make that up...) She was that easy to work with...and she's as sweet as pie, which is nice, too.
Neil Finn last night at Largo was simply phenomenal. Seeing him for the first time in a small venue (100 seats) was beyond expectation. He stood on the stage at one point and the audience just shouted out what they wanted to hear...and then he played their requests. What an amazing night. Thanks to Clonizelo.-- my accomplice and true Finn companion.