dm7.net is up!


(DreamMaster) #1

I worked hard on this web design for last few days. I hope you can appreciate it too! Any suggestions are welcome!

http://www.dm7.net/

Php scripts used to reduce updating time. :slight_smile:


(VelikM) #2

Very nice! The gallery is a nice touch.
Your wisdom teeth story is touching, it reminded me of when I had mine out. I waited until I was 43, big mistake, woke up while the doctor was cutting my gums open and chiseling on the last tooth, awake but unable to move or scream (which I really wanted to do), finally I got a grunt out and they sent me back to dreamland. A wheelchair would have been nice, but no luck, I think I left one or two holes in the wall on the way out, just a little shakey I was, my brother came out to drive me home, he helped me down a flight of stairs, that was scary, I out weight him by 70 pounds so it was more of a barely controlled fall. The wisdom of wisdom teeth is to have them out while you’re young.
Very nice job on the site.


(Goofster) #3

I don’t know what you guys are wining about. you got FULL anaesthetic!
you should be glad, I just got a local :smiley:

Roel


(CurtisS) #4

Nice site. Clean and well layed-out although that blue on gray text is hard on my old eyes. :slight_smile:

On a side note, I taught my little daughter (she is 3 1/2 now) basic sign langauge as a way to communicate before she could talk. This began because of a book called “Sign with your Baby” by Joseph Garcia. It became an extremely useful way for my child to let me know what she wanted before she could verbalize it. We still use many of the signs today even though she can speak clearly now. I have since followed this up by learning more about signing. I think everyone should learn at least a few signs like “thank you”.

For anyone interested, the Sign with your Baby web site is:
http://www.sign2me.com