6/11/07

The new deal

Of all the projects in the works, this one is the one I am most looking forward to.



First there was Forgotten-Roanoke, and along with that came Forgotten-Wife and Forgotten-Dogs, and to that list we can now add Forgotten-Baby.



I have 7 months to get the new site perfected, up and running smooth - along with all the other baby-related activities that will be going on.



Wish us luck, and remember - the Sentinel is always watching.



I'll be around as often as I can, but I cannot promise a full working site anytime soon - I will let you know when the rough copy is live though.



Once again, bear with me.. It just got even more interesting.

5 comments:

Jeff St Real said...

Congratulations! I'd offer you a whole bunch of parenting advice, but what I have found is, that no matter how much you prepare yourself, you are flying by the seat of your pants from here on out.

It's well worth it, though.

ATL said...

As I've said before, congrats on the kid. So, you freaked out yet? :D

Anonymous said...

Good time to drop the site. Nobody is reading it anyway. Concentrate on something worthwhile. Besides, the anti-yankee sentiment is running pretty high around these parts lately, what with the usurpment of Smith Mountain Lake by Noo Yawk and Joisey know-it-all retirees.

Anonymous said...

I quote:

"Good time to drop the site. Nobody is reading it anyway. Concentrate on something worthwhile. Besides, the anti-yankee sentiment is running pretty high around these parts lately, what with the usurpment of Smith Mountain Lake by Noo Yawk and Joisey know-it-all retirees."

Hell even the people who think it isn't worth while are reading it and even going so far as to leave a comment.

Apparently you have someones attention. I am sure that "anonymous" above will be back to check in and maybe even have a comeback...or will they. Pride or Ignorance? Which will it be.

RoanokeFound said...

Remember, those Noo Yawk and Noo Joisey retirees are the only reason the Lake has what it has now. You think Kroger would have built that new store, or Hometown would open a branch based soley on the will of the Willard?

Nope - it's called Money to Burn, and those from the north have it in spades when they sell their overinflated house up there and move down here.

But really, thanks for the comments. Even if you are both anon.