How Easy Is It?

Ok so I had mentioned in a tweet and/or blog last week I believe, that I wanted to change domain names for kiss-me.org, to another domain name. Being that kiss-me.org is my collective, I have many smaller websites hosted on that domain, I have over 20. How easy is the transition. I believe I will be changing URLs on all my scripts, that is a lot of work. Not to mention a lot of th smaller things, like image URLs omgosh that will be a pain in the behind.

But it also means, the website will be down for a while, unsure how long. This is not affecting any of my other domains. I really hope to make the change this weekend. I want there to be plenty of time for me to sell kiss-me.org. I have had that domain for quite a long time, and I hope I can sell it. I’m sure it’s worth something by now, any ideas where I would be able to post the domain for sale? Perhaps my own registrar. Hmm any ideas, suggestions would be much appreciated.

This past weekend, we had gone out for a lovely drive, and stopped by Battleship Cove, they have these big ships docked there. Anyway we stopped and took a few pictures, then on the way home stopped again and took some more, there are some lovely pictures, I’m going to add a few, most are day time, but a few night ones too.

BAD2010 – Water

Water, have you given it much thought? Where it comes, how it gets here, and how lucky we are to have it at our disposal as we do? I do now and then, and that’s being honest. Because it’s so easy to access for us, we don’t think about it much. Well don’t feel guilty, a lot of people do the same thing. This post is brought to you in part by http://blogactionday.change.org/, and myself

Here is your chance to get involved and spread the word on the work that water.org is doing, they are amazing, there isn’t enough words to say what a difference they are making, and what a difference we can make as well.

The people from Africa and the like, walk miles and miles to get their water, and what do we do, walk to the sink, or in some cases to the refrigerator for bottled water. Water is a luxury for us. To think that clean and safe water is a rarity in other countries, that even mobile phones are easy to come by. Gosh what a thought! I would like to share this video with you, please take a few moments of your life to watch it, perhaps it will inspire you to get involved.

It’s a powerful video, but it’s the point that we are trying to get across here. How vital it is to our existence that we get involved, and we take the time to care enough to do something, to help. As Benjamin Franklin once said:

When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.

Are we going to wait until the well is dry? No, we aren’t, no we shouldn’t! Did you know that every week, nearly 38,000 children under the age of 5 die from unsafe drinking water and unhygienic living conditions, my gosh that is just horrible, horrendous! African women walk over 40 billion hours each year carrying cisterns weighing up to 18 kilograms to gather water, which is usually still not safe to drink. Can you do this? Would you do this? You would if it meant life or death. Please get involved, I implore you to do so.

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