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So what do you all think?  I think I have had this new template up for a little over a week.  Granted, I didn’t put up any digital signage saying “hey, look at me”, but I haven’t heard a single comment.  Is that good, bad, or didn’t anyone notice?  I did keep the header.  Personally, I love it.  I love the dark green, and I love how everything just flows together.  This template didn’t require a whole lot of tweaking, so I only ended up spending about an afternoon on it.

So what do you all think?  It’s a keeper?

6 thoughts on “New Template”

  1. 😀 I noticed the changed template and I must say it is beautiful. I should have commented earlier, but I was too busy trying to get myself out of the technical mess my website ran into as a result of changing my web hosting company. The site is up now, so I have some relieve. Funny enough, only two of my regular readers have commented on the outage I experienced during this period. Maybe others just felt it wasn't necessary commenting about it. Enough of my selfish ramblings. 🙂

    The template is beautiful and it is a good thing that you still retain the header, I love the new layout. Cheers. 😆

  2. As an everyday reader I did notice the change. I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw the different template. I think it really works for your blog! Its a keeper!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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