Did you enjoy Easter? It was a wonderful weekend for us, and I hope it was for you, too!
I’m excited about several changes that are in the works. What does that have to do with you? Everything.
Before Christmas, I placed a video in my sidebar. In it, I mentioned a curtain panel course that would be available soon. And, then life proceeded to take over. We all know how that happens sometimes! Right?
Spunky Daughter had a much-needed surgery and stayed with us through December. Fun Son’s graduation brought guests and upheaval for moving away to his new job at the south end of our state. My ankle incident over Christmas weekend was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back for continuing to video course lessons.
Discouragement set in as I was limited with normal activities. How could I finish the curtain panel e-course while dragging around the lovely new boot?
Honestly, while laid up over Christmas weekend with what I’d been told was a fracture, I came close to calling it quits, blog and all. Everything. Done.
Thankfully, God straightened me out. No more pitty parties around here!
Let’s just say that I’m glad I didn’t pre-sell the course. Course creators often do that, but I don’t have that much faith in my ability to put all else on hold. Things happen. Life happens.
The stylish boot came off eventually, and in February, I began navigating course creation again. And it grew…and grew…and grew.
- You’ll see the curtain panel e-course very soon! I’m excited to see what you’ll be able to do with all it contains. Let’s just say…lots!
- I have another course option coming soon, as well (lips are sealed for now). Both courses should open in early May, which is right around the corner.
- We have a new addition coming soon. No, I’m not going to be a grandmother! (All in due time, please.) Spunky Daughter is majoring in Interior Design and is coming on board to help here at CQC and with the new courses. She’ll manage some social media aspects and occasionally write technical posts, sharing design tips to help with our decorating decisions. Isn’t that exciting?These are two projects SD did in her course work for MS State’s Interior Design Program. She gets to design without cost being a consideration. How nice!
- Next week, I’m changing my blog design. The bulk of my time will be devoted to getting everything situated after pushing the “new theme install” button. It will look very different in the end, and along the way as I tweak, things may look sketchy. I plan to make the beginning changes early and progress from there throughout the week. By week’s end, I think we’ll like the new look. (Fingers crossed, and some prayers, too!) Thanks for sticking it out during the changeover. 🙂
So, what do you think? Are you excited by this news?