Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Beaverdam Creek: A Sneak-Peek

We're pleased to announce that our farm has a name and our website is almost finished. With all the activity that springtime requires, it's hard to find the time to get inside long enough to do computer work. We just need a few more rainy days, though, to add on the finishing touches. Tricia Ann is doing the graphic design, and Jacob is in charge of the programming. Click here for a preview, and let us know what you think.

~Trish

8 comments:

*j-u-l-e-s* said...

it looks great!!!!

Anonymous said...

I second that! Keep up the good work, and let us know when we can come and oohhh and ahhh over it. :)

Dianna

The Lingo Clan said...

Thanks for the encouraging words!

Of course y'all are welcome to visit anytime!

Trish

The Bradshaws said...

Looks nice, small, but nice. I hope we'll see the full size version soon.
Keith

Emily said...

Hi guys! This is Emily your old neighbor from Lawrenceville. I just came across your blog today. Congratulations on the farm! It look beautiful! We had a baby last summer, you'll have to come check out our blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi Trish!
I'm a friend of Cathy S.'s. The one she made soap with and you helped us with directions and stuff. :) Your website looks great. I have been reading your blog for months now...even before the S. family moved down there. Hopefully the next time we come down for a visit, we can see your farm.

Tracy
www.evanspatch.wordpress.com

The Lingo Clan said...

Hi, Emily!

It's so nice to hear from you! Last time we drove through our old neighborhood, we saw an "It's a boy" balloon on your mailbox. I looked at your blog...Noah is sooooo cute! I wish I could meet him in person.

I'm so glad you left a comment. Now we can keep up with y'all.

Tricia Ann (for all the Lingos)

The Lingo Clan said...

Hi Tracy! It's so nice to meet you. I regret that I wasn't able to make soap with you and Cathy. Please do come by and visit us at Beaverdam Creek next time you're here. Hopefully, there will be more for you to see then!

Blessings,

Trish