Follow along with me at my new blog for a chance to win one of my prints! I will be shutting this one down soon.
So I’ve been working on a new portfolio site and a new location for my blog. I’ve been playing around with Squarespace and I’m not fully sure how I like it yet. First I can’t even view it but they did s it may take up to 48 hours for the site to kick in. You can check it out here fercute.com … if you can even see it. I’m getting kinda frustrated already. So if I do finally get it to work my blog will be moving there. I just want everything in one spot, and to hopefully open my own shop online there to. Let me know if you have any success. Thanks much!
In-case you are wondering about the name, my real name was already taken. And I wanted to come up with something that was sort of Minnesotan. So we came up with Fercute. Maybe it should even be Fer Cute…? Ugh …naming a business. I was worried that it was a dumb idea but so far everyone loves it, even my banker thought it was a fantastic idea. So now we have Fercute, FerCute, Fer Cute…
The 52 Project – A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2013.
Inspired by Che & Fidel.
We were finally able to have our first “family” walk of the season, since it has suddenly become so nice out and all of us were home and not working. It was 77 and beautiful. I wish it were to stay like this but apparently there is a chance for snow later this week…booo. I am not looking forward to that, but at least the chances of it sticking around is not good. It is so frustrating that it can go from 80 to freezing in a matter of a day here. But that is one thing I do love, is the variety and the constant surprise you get from the weather here. I just do not enjoy the cold or the messy slush from the snow, also the salt sticking to all of my shoes and pants. My black shoes got some serous salt damage this year and I have no idea how to fix them. I’m a bit annoyed that the protective spray I used didn’t really protect them. Ugh!
I love that she is not too old to have her daddy help her tie her shoes still.