I am so delighted that you are here. I launched this blog in late February and am surprised to find, 14 weeks later, that persons who are not related to me by blood or school ties are reading it.
I know a little about you in the aggregate. There are a few hundred of you reading regularly and you are geographically dispersed around the globe. (Greetings to Lesotho, Slovenia, and Singapore!) I am deeply curious to know more and therefore am taking this opportunity to ask you to tell me a little about yourself: your line of work, what (if anything) you find useful or interesting about this blog, and any topics you think I should address in the future. Please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or post a comment, if you have a minute.
It seems appropriate to also take this opportunity (because I don’t see any award ceremonies on the horizon) to thank a few people who have contributed tremendously to this blog: Dina Kuhar of Visual Content, who took some very vague instructions from me and built this lovely site from them; Anne Kelley Looney and Lauren Ackil, two talented D.C. photographers who took photos (look for their credits) and explained how to shoot pictures of clothes, which is not the easiest thing to do; and my husband, Michael, who decided to learn photography when I decided to learn WordPress. Michael took all of the uncredited photos of me on this blog and has added immeasurably to my enjoyment of this project by lending his newly-developed skills and offering encouragement.
One last thing: I am still working out some kinks on the technical side of this undertaking, so I appreciate your patience if and when you find the website slow or inaccessible. And again, thank you so much for reading the posts. I am truly honored that you are spending a little of your time here.