This week I our house has been a bit of a tip due to major work being done downstairs. Basically the kitchen. It hasn’t had any work done on it since the house was built nearly 30 years ago. Needless to say, it needed an update.
Yes, the photos blurred. It’s purposefully so to save our family’s blushes. It’s horrible tiling, and very old. No wonder I didn’t bring any women home, no self respected woman would ever do the squelchy with a man who has those tiles on display in his house. Anyway, the builders have been and gone this week and this is the new result.
Okay, ignore the shed, the concrete mixer and the bin. They will all be relocated or destroyed in the next few weeks, and imagine a garden outside, and a fence around it. It is rather bright, it’s like coming home to a different house, it feels just so different. Plus I can nose on the neighbours and their development work. It’s ace! What do you think?
Oh, and in other news, I urge all you bloggers or web designers out there in the UK to get this month’s .net Magazine. Not only is it a fascinating read, but it also contains a free Â£30 voucher for Google Adwords. I’ve always wanted to try it, and it says it’s risk free with no further investment obligation. So it must be worth something, just to try it out (I’ve been wanting to do it for a while on my blog, but not sure how successful it would be). If you are to get it, be careful. The voucher is stuck within the magazine like the CD is (if you get a copy of the magazine you’ll see what I mean) around page 98. I saw the offer in WH Smith’s in Colwyn Bay, and all the mags had no vouchers! I never knew my town was full of Pay Per Click whores!
Anyway, I want you to be my marketing managers. If you were trying to get your mate to read this site, how would you describe it in 10 words?