Sunday, March 6, 2011

Blog Facelift

Yes, you are in the right place. NO, please come back!

Even though I'm totally against most normal facelifts (literal ones), I may, with this blog, become like those people who get a facelift and then think they need to keep getting them because they become adicted to doing them. So watch out! This was really really fun, I just want you to know. I only hope I won't take it to the freakish level, like when people who keep getting facelifts don't look better, they just start looking like a monster that crawled out of the deep abis. Or some kind of alien. (I saw one at the supermarket the other day, I swear!)

Yes, as with a real facelift the reason behind the one on this blog is clear: to look younger, appeal to the younger set. (The teens, if any, reading this are probably shaking their heads). So, away with the cutsie-mommy-type blog and (hopefully) on with something more exciting. You should do it, too! It was very fun, AND freeing in a way, to try something new. So, instead of coming here and wondering where the heck you are, I hope it will be a refreshing change.

Yes, I am just trying to hide the fact that I am a really boring person in real life.

And P.S. What do you think of my blurb? Comments welcome!

  • Also, as a sidenote, it was VERY hard for me to use pink and purple. Yes, sometimes I LOVE those colors, but mostly they make me sick. Only do I venture to the really girly colors when I am doing my girls' bedroom murals, because yes, I do think every girl needs to have a pink room and pink clothes. It just goes with the terratory. Like boys are to sloppy joe sandwiches. (or something to that effect)


K.M. Weiland said...

Bee-yoo-ti-ful! The whole design is beautiful and, just as important, easy to read. I absolutely love that gorgeous pic in the head!

Kathryn Packer Roberts said...


Lisa Frischhertz said...

Love your new are so talented with all this artsy stuff! Can't wait to read some more.