I have to admit-- the new facebook timeline is pretty visually confusing.... Your eyes have to fall down the page like a game of ping pong, bouncing between columns until your head hurts. Hopefully the layout changes, and I do wonder why it looks the way it does. However, the very cool thing about the facelift is the new cover picture feature. It's 851 x 315 pixels of creative space-- you can do whatever you want for your business in this space. I have decided to go with a photographic montage for now.... it's fun, it's real, and I got to use a bunch of photographs that have been waiting for something more than restlessly residing in my iphoto library. Check out the new timeline cover photo for Wheelie Creative Design, and feel free to drop a line here or the facebook page anytime!
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It is spring, and I am alive.
Winter never really came this year, not like it usually does. The snowfall, it seems, kind of half-assed it, which is fitting because it feels like that's what I've been doing in Salt Lake City since the moment I arrived here. Barely showing up, hinting at being present, but never fully committing.
To all you dudes out there, I want you to know that I did it. Finally. And it was so worth the wait. It was better than my wildest dreams.
That's right-- I met girls.
It took 24 years of searching, but I finally found a solid crew of ladies to snowboard with. Not just girls with snowboards, but girls who shred. I mean, these ladies are crushing it out there, and they love snowboarding just as much as I do. I found them in Salt Lake City, hailing from Montana, British Columbia, and trucks. Up until this winter, I have always been the token girl in the group, the one that shreds just as hard and is referred to as an exception to the rule, not counting, or my favorite "not really a girl." Don't get me wrong--I love hanging out with guys. Almost every one of my best friends is male. That's been my entire life, and I'm comfortable being the only bun at the sausage fest. I need to say, though, after meeting other females that get after it, I learned a lot about what I've been missing.
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