Monday, April 03, 2006

Heavy Petal is moving

Heavy Petal


Thanks, Blogger, it's been swell. Sure, we've had our ups and downs, but all-in-all, it's been good. So why am I leaving you? For Movable Type, no less? There are two main reasons: I can categorize my entries (yay!) and I can have my own URL (www.heavypetal.ca).

It's a beautiful new site, and I'm having a contest to celebrate its launch. Have a look and let me know what you think. Oh, and please update your links and bookmarks.

I think the new site is simply fabulous. The design is a little bit Art Deco, a little bit high school binder doodling. Huge thanks go out to my friends at Industrial Brand Creative for the energy, creativity and brilliance that went into it. Their award-winning blog was the original inspiration for this one. Thanks, guys.

8 Comments:

Blogger Puget4 said...

Hi Andrea, I posted my comment on your new site. It's great!

7:34 PM  
Blogger Naturegirl said...

Your new sight is so polished looking!
Perhaps I should think about change hummm.

8:31 PM  
Anonymous tin36 said...

Maybe I check out that new site. You were very persistent in promoting it. Since I love art, I believe I won't have a hard time loving this site too.

12:20 AM  
Anonymous organic gardening said...

Thank you for such a nice blog. I have always loved to focus on the organic gardening side of gardening, with a main focus on worm compost and vermicomposting in general.

It is just nice to get fresh and free compost from organic waste that we just throw away.

I have written a few PDF's on this topic if you would like to read them. They are free.

Also, I enjoy eating the "fruits" of my toil at the end of it all. A little worm tea goes a long way with fruit trees and help keep infestations down as well.

Nice blog and thanks for all of the great content.

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I miss you and read your blog to stay close to you. :|

Julie Ali

12:50 PM  
Blogger jason stathan said...

Yikes. I had no idea that you've been deluged with rain. I can understand why you're not about to replace the trees. It must be awful seeing them get damaged and not being able to do a thing about it. I hope the rest of the year brings less rain. (We got overwhelmed with snow about 10 days ago. Things are finally back to normal this week. I'm sorry for being out of touch. My plan is to get back to my blog. I am missing it.)

5:46 AM  
Anonymous phoenix said...

Time to start thinking about water harvesting soil instead of gravel huh? Think raised paths and sunken mulched basins. Ohh, and I bet those Mesquites were Chilean? shallow roots and pruned to be top-heavy...not fit for this desert. Chin up...or move out :)
phoenix arizona

5:48 AM  
Anonymous Marry D said...

I will follow you there ;)

2:04 PM  

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