08 March 2011

Do Not Adjust Your Set

I am playing with Blogger templates. I decided the old school parchment-paper template had to go - it wasn't that adjustable, and it was starting to show its age. I am playing with pepto bismol colour palettes right now.  If I can Baker-Miller enough of you into submission, maybe I can get you to stick around. Read this blog: suppress your appetite! Read this blog: reduce aggression! Read this blog: keep prisoners pacified! Read this blog: reduce your physical strength!

9 comments:

Gina Blechman said...

If this is supposed to supress my appetite, then how come I'm still eating nutella covered pizzelles? mmmm. Yummy.

<3 Gina Blechman

P.s. I do like the change though. :-)

Michael Offutt said...

Spring cleaning eh?

Witless Exposition said...

Yup, it's that time of year. I just overhauled mine this weekend.

@Gina, now I want Nutella!

Elizabeth Twist said...

@Gina: True Baker-Miller pink is much more noxious than my blog background. I'd be willing to bet anyone would lose their appetite if exposed to Baker-Miller for a long period of time. With my luck, the shade of pink I've chosen will only stimulate appetite.

@Michael: Birds are singing here in the mornings, so I guess so!

@Jessica: Cool! Is that a new background? It's so pretty.

E.C. Smith said...

Spring is in the air, right? And along with it cleaning house. Always good to have a change.

Bluestocking said...

Hi Elizabeth. I have a blogging award for you on my blog to thank you for your comments and #ff mentions. Have fun tinkering with the templates!

Eileen Wiedbrauk said...

I like the streamlined-ness of the new look. The "true" Baker-Miller pink reminds me of the pink copier paper schools and offices always seem to use for "special announcements." It was the lamest of the copier paper except for goldenrod. :-p

And can I say I'm really glad you got rid of the spider? He just creepedmethefuckout. *shudders* :)

Cate Gardner said...

Blog's looking pretty, Elizabeth. :D

Suzanne said...

Yeah, no. At least your brave enough to admit it's the color of pepto-bismol. Do you remember the movie Steel Magnolias when Julia Roberts said her wedding colors were blush and bashful? If you're really digging this color, just change it to one of those names and more people will go for it.

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