Am I the only one who has amazing, unbelievable, pie-in-the-sky hopes for super productive weekends and time off? And then when it actually gets here, the list seems overwhelming, or there was some step I forgot to do ahead of time, or—Oh look! Squirrel!—something else comes up?
As much as I am a stickler for lists and schedules and planning, it happens to me more frequently than I’d like to admit.
And, pardon the language, but Christmas kicked my patootie this year. After I delivered my last edited session in early December, I went into full-on holiday madness mode. Shopping, wrapping, decorating, vacationing, Santa-ing, and all kinds of family merriment ensued, and I was STILL almost late to Christmas Eve service at church because I was frantically wrapping gifts on Christmas Eve.
The best laid plans…
So, in my last blog post, I told you guys my calendar would be open to clients on Monday, December 29th. Well, my website had other plans.
I’m going to spare you the technical, gobbly-gook details (because I only marginally understand what my amazing, smarter-than-me web developer is telling me), but the bottom line is that my booking system doesn’t want to play nice in the sandbox with my website.
Even though they’ve been playing nicely for the last three years.
We’re in the process of changing things up and making them apologize to each other, but for now, I’m stuck waiting for some people at my web hosting company to get back from vacation and turn the lights back on.
(For this control-freak, not being able to do anything about the situation is killing me.)
For now, I’ll be sending an email with the booking link to clients just as soon as I can get the workaround ready—it should be within 2-3 days.
For new clients who haven’t yet worked with me before, if you would like a date in January, February or March, please email me and I can get you the link.
And, because blog posts are boring without photos, and because I didn’t share many of the super fun Christmas mini session images, let’s end this post with some pretty pictures: