that I had blog skills.
And I can tell you why.
You can change your template with blog skills.
You won't take a break to cry.
I wish that I had blog skills.
No stock templates!
No bland for me!
I would create a custom interface
for all of you to see.
If I had mad blog skills,
my two columns would be so wide.
I would not have empty, blank space
all over the right side.
I think it would be very good
to have them yesterday.
Only moms with blogs skills
make these changes without
wasting an entire day.
My family would not like them.
They'd say, "Please, please no more!"
They'd say, "you take those blog skills
and you take them out that door!"
"Don't feed us mac and cheese again
for dinner. Please just don't."
I guess I can't have blog skills.
I would like to. But I won't...
But, if I can't have blog skills,
what's left for poor, poor me?
Am I doomed to life with two columns
to never master three?
I think there are some things
that today I will not be.
And that is why
I think for now
I'll be happy as KathyB!
Friday night I got a wild hair and decided that my blog was looking tired. As in chronically stale. As in pretty much exactly the same for the past year. I started surfing around various template websites, and was informed by my dear husband that, "he didn't want to hear about it" when the whole blog collapsed in a fit of fatal error codes. He said it with a smile, but we've obviously been down this path before. Once. Or maybe twice. And yet in spite of going down this path my blog never changes. The whole process usually concludes with me drinking wine, wondering why I couldn't have just been happy with things the way they were and... frantic. Meanwhile, Pat is sitting on the couch rolling his eyes and trying to stifle a smile. Enough said.
I hope you love this new look because I:
*Created 7 different back-up copies of my blog that I can't open up to save my life, but am afraid to delete for fear that I might need them.
*Deleted all of my widgets. And that really bites because it took a lot of time for me to get that pop-up that reminds you not to copy my stuff to function properly. Then I deleted a couple widgets a second time. I have no idea how I did it. I am that good.
*Deleted my blog list. Shazam!!! I live by that thing. I don't have a google reader and I just go by whatever is newly updated on the blog list. I'm not even sure I'd know how to find half of your blogs without my blog list.
*Painstakingly re-created the list only to have my battery die right before I hit SAVE, so I got to re-create it again. The good news is it only took about 15 minutes the second time.
I really hope you like my new Spring-like vibe. Come summer, fall, winter... it will probably always be spring in the world according to me.
Clearly, I borrowed heavily from Dr. Seuss for this post. The concept, verse, tone... the whole nine yards. This book is a perennial favorite in our household even though my kids are past this reading level. I'm going to assume that our beloved Dr. Seuss would consider imitation the highest form of flattery....