Posted by on Sep 6, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Three years ago I took a course on html coding. I wanted to have my own website, and I wanted to do it myself. While I was experimenting on my new acquired “knowledge” of html, I got a position as a Math and Science teacher in an Elementary School, here in Dallas. At that time I thought everything would work perfectly. I would work as a teacher, and I would have plenty of time to paint and to publish a website with my artwork. Well, it did not work as I thought it would. I became so passionate about my teaching job that I ended up putting my art aside from my daily activities.


Now three years later, I decide to leave my teaching position and do what I need to do, paint. But wait!!! How about that website? I am ready and eager to paint again, but I’m thinking it will be so practical to have my website ready and running for my new work (that I still don’t have).


Well, I didn’t realize what I was getting myself into. What I thought I knew about coding was minimal. It has taking me the last couple of months to come up with a website decent enough to launch; and that is with the help of all those people that post tutorials on the Web. I don’t think I would have been able to finish it without all that help. Thank you all.