dillon.jpgCute is maybe something a male shouldn’t use in polite conversation, but I ask anyone to look at this picture and not get that reaction! Tammie Lister who is creating websites quicker than I can view them has just opened another over at WoofBarkWag:

Today I finally got around to launching woofbarkwag. Currently it doesn’t have any real design and this oddly feels right for this blog. I had gotten to the point where I always get with my worst client (that being me) where I was not happy with anything. So, to actually launch the blog before Dillon was a year old I decided to do away with actually designing it for now and strip to the bare minimum – hence the version that has gone live. It is also nice as this allows me time to ponder the design a bit and get it right rather than the usual thing that happens with my own designs and poking and prodding it within a week of going live.

The main blog is live now at woofbarkwag.com and everyone is welcome with a forum coming relatively soon so people can get their own dog tails up and running. I have a lot of content I want to put up on the site and this will be the main focus for the rest of this month with further updates happening slowly but surely as it settles in.

If you want to view more cutey-pie moments, make sure you visit her Flickr section for Dillon: Dillon Images by Tammie Lister

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