You can view my contact page here
. If for any reason you would like to get in touch with me, do not hesitate to do so. I will always reply to messages, even if it takes me a while. But I can
promise I will get back to you, so don't be shy about contacting me. :)
ohmydarling.org was purchased at the beginning of August (the 2nd, to be exact), 2007. I bought the domain space from tehlove.org, who also
included the domain name in the package. I decided to buy a domain after issues with one of my hostesses led me to worry about stability for my sites' homes. In other words,
I figured if I had my own domain then I would know my websites would have a secure and permanent home. Shortly after I came to this conclusion, ohmydarling.org was purchased and I became
a domain-mommy! The domain was officially opened on September 13, 2007.
After tehlove closed down, I was hosted by Devyn of stripthesoul.net until January of 2009. I am currently hosted by the lovely Mitzrael of rainawhile.net
for which I am eternally grateful and honored. ♥ :)
of ohmydarling.org, uploaded October 15, 2013, features a scene from Disney's 1950 animated film Cinderella
. The idea came to me one day when I was watching the movie on TV and noticed how there are so many beautiful shots in it. Cinderella
has always been one of my favorite Disney movies. According to my mom, I used to watch it all the time when I was very young. Since it has such a special place in my heart
I think it's only logical to use it for a layout. Aside from what a lovely scene this one is, I also like that it *technically* has a pumpkin in it (the carriage) and the layout was made around Halloween.
As usual, credits can be found here
. The font I used in the main image is PlainBlack. The image used came from Disney Screencaps
The name comes in part from my [now dead] fanlisting collective, Darling. I knew I would
be closing it when I got the domain, but I love the term of endearment
"darling" so much, I wanted to continue to use it somehow. So I took
inspiration from the song "Oh My Darling, Clementine". Obviously
I left off the Clementine, and was left with Oh My Darling. Well,
I thought that sounded rather cute and sweet, and me being such a
sucker for cute and sweet things led me to choose ohmydarling
as the domain.
was chosen as the extension not because it was the only one available,
but because I liked the way that one sounded the best.