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Change is not a process for the impatient.

"There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction.”
~Winston Churchill


As a regular reader, you may know that I've been playing around with different designs for my blog.  And, not only this one, but my other two, as well.  Change is good; especially since I tend to get bored easily.  However, some changes are not so great.  You may have been experiencing difficulties reading my blog since I changed to a different 'template'.  If you have, please accept my sincere apology...I am so sorry.  I am working diligently to rectify the problem, I can assure you.

I have made more changes, trying different templates, tweaking here, color change there.  It's not totally where I would like it quite yet.  The most important thing is that you, my faithful reader, can read it without it jumping around and causing frustration, irritation or worse.  (As an aside, there is a blog of a dear friend that I would love to read; unfortunately, every time I try to open her lovely blog, it crashes my whole internet connection.  Boo!)

So, I'm looking for feedback.  I will keep working on it until it is smooth and easy to read.  Please feel free to contact me through comments here or on other venues about the readability, will you?  I would greatly appreciate it!

Thanks for reading, my friends.


Kaaren said…
OK, I see your blog in the middle, and there is a lot of white space on the left and right sides. Your background picture's kind-of in the middle.

As I scroll, the background picture stays put, and the blog scrolls up so I can read the text backed by the picture there.

The blog posts below look grey but it doesn't really matter, as scrolling down brings the above effect.
Mama Cache said…
All is well on my blog stroll, my friend. I can read, read, read. ;-)

By the way, "word verification" reads: "exingale"

What is an exingale? A sigh from someone with extremely large lung capacity? (Oh, man, I know him!)
Jedi-J said…
whew...and I thought there was something wrong with my browser LOL.
Hendel D'bu said…
More changes made - let's hope this is better for everyone to read, regardless of the age of your computer or your browser of choice! Please, if you are still having problems, contact me!

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