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under construction

(Originally published by Nattie on October 25, 2003)
I’m trying to install a new stylesheet. So if things look wonky for a bit it is because I’m learning…very…very…very…s-l-o-w-l-y!
Copyright Natalie Rose York


(Daddy’s Note: There’s no message in this entry…it just makes me remember working with Natalie to make her site suit her. She spent many hours searching the web for add-ons and skins–and learning how to use them–to make it uniquely hers, with minimal assistance from me. But she had to “rearrange the furniture” ofen, and we went through several makeovers, most of which looked better than it does now. I guess we will just leave it the way she did, for now, even though she probably would have changed it half a dozen times by now. Thanks, always.)

2 Responses to “under construction”

  1. Sara Says:

    (((((((Nattie’s Daddy))))))))) Before I even read the extended part of this post I immediately thought of you, and how Nattie was always SO proud of her site and how much you had helped her work on it. I guess it somehow seems right that it has stayed the way it has for now.
    You, the kids, & the rest of the family are in my thoughts and prayers daily. I’ve been missing Nattie more than usual lately. I don’t know why that is, but it’s prompted a lot of prayers in your direction.
    Anyway. Sorry, I’ll stop rambling. Thanks again for continuing to post her archives. It means a lot.

  2. Brian Says:

    A note to Nattie’s friends whose continuing posts mean more to her Dad than they can imagine:
    If Nattie were here she would probably tell you that Boyd Coddington passed away in the last couple of days. “Who?” you ask. Boyd most recently had a show on the Discovery channel which highlighted his hot rod shop.
    In the early 80’s, Geoff “discovered” him working as a machinist at Disneyland and building cars at night. As the Editor of Street Rodder Magazine, Geoff was very impressed with his work, and gave him and many other similar builders a lot of coverage in the magazine, most of whom went on to fame and fortune though none as spectacularly as Boyd. The rest as they say, is history.
    Geoff will have to fill in the rest of the blanks. While Boyd’s passing isn’t the loss of a daughter, it is probably another source of great sadness for a variety of reasons.
    Nattie’s Uncle Brian

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