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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Welcome to Autumn

I have finally admitted to myself that summer is over. It's time to celebrate my favorite season, fall. A new look, a new attitude, hopefully a new political party in the White House. You think I'd forget to get a political dig in there? Ha! No way.

I'm not done with the design, but I was testing it this morning and it was working the way I wanted it to, so I figured I'd put it up. I'm planning a bit of a reorg to take a lot of the stuff out of the sidebars. But in the meantime, no more red and black for you!

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Blogger karamac said...

Pretty. I like it.

11/9/08 2:46 PM  
Blogger Devyl Gyrl said...

I think it looks great darlin! I don't know what it looked like before (or don't remember, which is entirely possible).

But this is very autumn-y and pretty.

11/9/08 3:37 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Looks lovely. I wonder if it'll turn red/blue for election day, with little donkeys and elephants?

11/9/08 6:24 PM  
Blogger justmylife said...

I like the new look!

11/9/08 9:23 PM  
Blogger margalit said...

daisy, you might get your wish. I've already got something planned!

11/9/08 10:15 PM  

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