I recently visited my website when I wasn’t logged into WordPress. I was disappointed to see as many as three advertisements attached to each of my posts. And two of the ads featured images of naked feet. Toes and heels and arches displayed in provocative ways trying to get me to click on them. Toenails trying to get me to buy stuff. Grrrr.
So I gave WordPress $40 to make the naked feet go away. WP certainly pushed the right button with me. I’m not sure how they knew.
The upgrade removed all the naked feet advertisements and gave me an extra 3GB of storage space. That’s good as I’d used over 98% of my initial allotment and had been rationing out my remaining space for the last year.
To celebrate, I’d like to post this huge picture I took yesterday of two vintage photographs on my floor. I got these two at Fairlook Antiques during my most recent trip to Seattle. I bought thirteen photos on that trip and I suppose I’ll post more of them during the next couple weeks. The $40 can’t be all about naked feet, right?
I haven’t given these two photos names yet–something I do when I scan them–but I suppose I’ll call the one on the left “The Log Lady.” The one on the right will probably be given a cumbersome title like “Young Woman Contemplates Her Existence While Staring Into a Seemingly Invisible Campfire.”