Ronnie and I returned yesterday from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for my beautiful cousin Amy’s wedding. We left last Wednesday and have had nonstop fun since. San Miguel is a gorgeous town with a really cool vibe, and we spent most of our days drinking coffee on the square downtown. We will post more photos on our facebook page soon, so be our friend if you aren’t already.
We came back home (reluctantly) to a puppy who did not want to leave her grandparents’ house and a box full of business cards on our doorstep. We are incredibly pleased with the way they turned out, and we will certainly be handing them out a lot more than our last batch of cards.
This post will be fairly short because I am still exhausted from too much fun on our trip, and since we’ve been out of the country for the last week, I should probably catch up on actual work. As always, thanks for reading.
Welcome to the totally redesigned Silversoap Media website, now complete with a blog that we intend to update regularly to keep you informed on our happenings. We’ve had a number of exciting developments for our business lately, such as acquiring a downtown office. For the last year, we’ve been working out of our home, but we found an amazing building that has been recently renovated to look fairly modern while still maintaining an old, historic feel. Ronnie and I instantly fell in love with it, and we are privileged to share the office with our good friend and brilliant photographer, Allen Arrick.
Another major occurrence in our business has been Ronnie taking the plunge and making Silversoap his full-time job, instead of just a side project. We are incredibly grateful to all the business owners in East Texas who have allowed us to be this successful, and particularly the people at L2 Marketing who have asked us to provide websites for many of their clients. We are currently developing L2’s own website, so keep checking our portfolio page for their name … we think it will be one of the best sites we’ve ever done. I was thrilled when they told me to “get creative” with all the text on their site, and I was able to write everything from standard information on the main page to a fairy tale about how they formed their business.
We hope you’ll let us know what you think about our new site or tell us about yourself if it’s your first time to visit. Feel free to also come by our office at 418 S. Broadway, suite 200, or come see me at Starbucks on Hwy. 64 and Loop 323 … I’ll be the one in the black apron downing shots of espresso.