Friday, September 21, 2012

Umm, Surprise!

Soooo, you've noticed the change, haven't you?

I was going to give you guys some forewarning about some blog changes. Honest I was! But while scrolling through possible templates I just loved this background aaaaaand then I had to try it out on the blog to see how I liked it... You can probably see where this is going.

 So yeah. I did some wallpaper changing around here, AND I even dusted the corners of this ol' place! ;)

Now, I would love to hear feedback from y'all! Do you like it? Yea, nay? I'd love to hear from you on what attracts you when you visit a blog; what appeals to your eye when blog surfing? Large pictures? A solid-colored background? A profile picture of the actual human instead of a goat? [hehe]

 I probably can't make everyone happy about the changes on here, but I'd sure love to make MOST of you happy. I'm going to start working on getting my banner up next week (Google is giving me a run for my money in getting some more storage space!) as well as cleaning out the sidebar a bit, and *wonder of wonders*, the goat picture on the profile is leaving and there will be a picture of ME on there! And yes, even my head will be showing! 

So critique away, my friends! Do my pictures load too slowly? Do I not blog enough about something you are dying to read about? This is also a good time if you have blog topic suggestions that you'd like to hear about. :) 

Changes, changes... The Baptist in me doesn't necessarily care for change, but I'm trying to get used to it. [wink]


Hannah said...

I like your new background! The lighter color makes it easier to read. :)

You are so good at making any topic interesting! l like hearing what is new in your life and your farm.

nancy said...

I like it. How's peaches?

Anonymous said...

I like it too. Though I liked that misty valley picture before, too. Content? You vary it up really well, actually - humour, serious, goats, other stuff, milk, etc. Really, the whole blog is great. And Baptists aren't good at change, are you kidding me? I'm Anglican, and here's the joke that's barely funny: How many Anglicans does it take to change a light bulb? Answer: Did you say "change"?

Anonymous said...

Lutherans don't like change either! But the blog looks great and I love the report from the sheep show describing the different kinds of sheep and what you think of each one. I know nothing of sheep, so it was very interesting to me. Keep the opinions coming, Love to hear what works and doesn't work for you. Heather in PA