Saturday, January 10, 2009

Hello, Hello, Hello, Goodbye

Gosh, sometimes it's hard to really write what I want to say...

I started a new blog for Tomoka's Twists. I noticed that my blog has become on big advertising spot and I sincerely apologize. We have heard of the saying, "Don't let the money work you, you work the money." That's very difficult when you have bills to pay. As my little business grows a lot of favors are done and obligations are created. I have been featured and interviewed by a several good people with their own blogs, websites, talk shows, and businesses. I know people come here for hair. You get here and find a post on marketing and you don't have a business. But that is my way of thanking the person for taking out time to help me. Without their help, there would be no Tomoka's Twists.

Also, I really want to focus on them without random videos of Grace Jones and old school music in the way. I also want a place to focus on my products without bombarding everyone with every last product I make. I've looked over my blog and my recent posts have nothing to do with Sisterlocks.

I have cleaned up the blog, look to the right and changed my Mini Mi's look. She has orange locks, cute! If you see your link is gone it's because it will be on the other spot.

So much has changed since I started this blog. I appreciate everyone for stopping by and commenting. As a blogger, I like a comment. I know I'm not the only one! I appreciate all of the support everyone has giving. The encouragement, the emails, following me on twitter and to all the groups. Good goodness. A million and one thanks yous will never be enough. I'm shampooing my hairs tomorrow so there will be a SISTERLOCK post with pictures on here!!!


Smell Goods Lady said...

I feel you on this one. It can be heard to maintain the feel that you desire. I too have made some decisions and making changes. All the best to you, and I look forward to your hair updates.

Carmennc said...

Thank you so much for stopping by. Yes, this will be the year of working out all the kinks that I didn't realize existed.