I chose the name Two Roads Diverged for my personal website because the poem from which it's drawn, "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost, has always been one of my favorites and in many ways describes the way I feel about my life and the choices I've made along the way. The poem in its entirety follows below.
It's been an interesting journey getting to the point where I'm comfortable enough with some of my stories to share them publicly. As you'll see from your visit here, any secrets I might have still been holding onto have pretty much been eviscerated by this site. C'est la vie. Scrolling on down past the poem you'll find menus to all of the mayhem and merriment.
I designed this site and all of my other ones using a program called Homestead. It's the simplest program in the world to use and doesn't require that you know a thing about HTML. It's actually one of the easiest programs I've ever used.
So if you're thinking about putting a website together for yourself, I'd definitely recommend looking into what Homestead has to offer. It's inexpensive and they handle everything for you, including the registration of your domain and the hosting of your site on their server. You can download their software from the internet and have your site up and running in a few minutes by clicking on the Homestead logo below.
I'm a lazy guy at heart and would much rather be lying on the beach than building websites.
This is where you'll find my crocheted beanie caps like the one Steve is wearing in the picture to your right. The sale of Pussy Caps is what supports my various websites. And yes, I make them myself - no sweatshop action going on here - just me and a hook and some yarn!