I’ve had a web presence since 2002, meaning I’ve had a registered domain since then. But as many people know, just because you have a registered domain doesn’t mean you are actively participating in the online world around you. Although I did put a certain amount of effort in my previous site, it was predominately used to keep my family and friends up to date on our lives, especially since we lived so far away from them. It was especially useful in sharing information, pictures and most importantly coordinating special events – such as our wedding, honeymoon and even holidays with the family. In reflecting back, the site was really useful and a great introduction into the online community. But I soon found that I wanted to participate a bit more, I wanted an opportunity to contribute and maybe even provoke thoughts or actions. So, after reading various blogs and taking guidance from veteran bloggers I took the plunge and spent some time re-inventing my site and ultimately deciding on a new domain name. Something straight forward and hopefully supporting and promoting who I am to the community.
I’m looking forward to the ability to share my thoughts, ideas and interests with folks and hoping to meet some new people along the way who can open up my ears, eyes and mind to new ideas, possibilities and interests.