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All's Hair in Love and War

Who would’ve thought that finding the right musical soundtrack for Amber’s hopeful suitor bursting into the hair salon would be the hold-up for “Part 2: All’s Hair in Love and War”. But we finally found something (that was public domain no less) that we both agreed suited this loud man stepping in from the street, shouting ecstatically, and doing his little antelope dance.

The previous podcast, Part 1: “The Devil’s Hairground”, followed Amber’s hair braiding adventure from initial optimism to the madness of constant multidirectional hair tugging. A woman in blue pants, the salon owner, seemed particularly determined to yank and twist each braid with cruel ferocity. Part one ended with Amber tossing aside her condescending novel and catnapping to escape the pain, irritation and boredom. We wrap up her epic but light hearted journey as a hopeful suitor enters the shop…

To view photos, scripts and listen to all podcasts in the series click here.

New Logo

Thanks to Amber, Rockylou Productions has a new logo and tag line. My own website was taking the backseat to everyone else’s projects. Not good! So we both took some time to focus our creative energies to give the place a more professional look. With the tree and garden image Amber has captured beautifully what goes on in Studio B. I do indeed Cultivate Creativity and Raise Visions so they can be seen in the world.

Talk about being seen in the world... If your layout is clunky you’re going to loose a lot of potential visitors out of frustration. So we gave the Obruni page a serious face-lift. I’ve removed the buggy streaming player and replaced it with easy opening mp3 links, as well as added photos and podcast scripts to the page. You can now listen, view, and/or read all about Amber’s Ghanaian adventures in a user-friendly space.

As I grow so will this site, and I’ll always consider this space a loving work-in-progress. I happily invite you to send me your suggestions for improving the site anytime. There’s still a lot more to go as we think about designing for future growth. Any ideas you’d like to share?