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Creative Explosion

I had a long-overdue creative explosion today, managing to create three completely different but good-in-their-own-way site designs. I have been absolutely swamped with work recently which has, unfortunately, impacted my blogging time (not to mention the time I like to dedicate to reading other blogs). Heck, I haven’t even read Foxtrot (the comic) in a few days!

I am currently:

  • Making a site for a Baptist Church out in Calgary – due ASAP.
  • Making a site for a youth camp – due ASAP. Registration ends July 5 so I’m going to have to hurry with that one! I only just received the information, though, so the blame is all theirs!
  • Redoing my church’s Web site. It’s a big site so that’s a big project. It’s due when I finish it so no huge hurry.
  • Creating a whole new site for a large client of mine. The project has to be completed June 22 so that is a bit one with a strict deadline. There is LOTS of Flash work involved which always takes hours and hours.
  • Updating and enhancing my friend Jason’s site – needs to be done in the next week or two.
  • Creating a site for our church’s outreach to Baghdad (will be www.hopeforbaghdad.com).
  • Creating a site for my favorite rock star ever. Yup, I’m redoing the personal Web site for my favorite Christian musician ever. I’m very excited about this one. It’s due when it’s finished, so no great hurry. His current design has been around since the mid 90’s I think…
  • And so on…there are a few other projects I am chipping away at. So the long and short of it is I have a whole lot to do! I guess that is a good thing!

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