Thursday, May 12, 2011

feedback time

Hi blog buddies,

As you can see, my lil blog decided to change her outfit. I've been playing around with it a bit, and really dig using a Lord of the Rings font for the title (those who know me won't be at all surprised by this). Because you choose to look at it every day or so, whatdya think? Also, I think there are folks from all over who visit this wee blog whom I haven't met, so introduce yourself by leaving a comment! Tell me where you're from, if you have a blog and your favorite book if you like. (Even if I know you, do this anyway.) I'm a library-loving gal and am always on the lookout for a great novel. (One of you a long time ago recommended The Thirteenth Tale to me here and I was so grateful for that fabulous read.)

Hope you're having a terrific Thursday. Look forward to learning more about you (don't be shy)!

Peace,
Whitney

9 comments:

whynotsmile said...

I like it. I don't visit much, because I read your posts on an RSS feed, but I love the photo at the top, and the new font is very nice!

Whitney said...

Hey Sharon, thanks for commenting! How's life on the good ol' Cregagh?

Lynn said...

Hey Whitney - I like the new design very much. I saw this the other day, but then the blogger madness happened. I'm glad this post was recovered (my Thursday post is still floating around the blogosphere.) :)

I always feel as if I'm sitting down with you for a little tea time visit when I read your blog. Keep up the good work!

Erin said...

it is fabulous! i love it:) it is so you!

Katherine said...

I just finished reading Russian Winter by Daphne Kalotay and I'm betting you would like it as well. It provides a fascinating glimpse into life in Stalin-era Russian as a prima ballerina.

Anonymous said...

Hi my name's Chris.
I'm from Belfast Northern Ireland.
I visit your blog because you're so cool and creative.
My favourite book is the NIV Bible.
Keep up the good work!
;p

tomtate said...

hey hey, keep up the blogging! But in between that and caring for your new companion, read "How we are Hungry" by Dave Eggers. Short stories. Short but magnificent... Love them muchly.
Happy Monday.

Whitney said...

ooh dave eggers, did he write that book I once borrowed from you that was so good? can't remember the name.

katherine that book sounds amazing! i love the dancing myself. :)

chris, you don't stick to the king james version? i'm shocked...shocked. wee bit o backsliding, are we?

Anonymous said...

I love the new look. I visit a few times a week as you always seem to cheer me up.
I think you were reading 'Gilead' by Marilynne Robinson, which I enjoyed. I've just finished Salman Rushdie's 'The Enchantress of Florence' which is a lovely story.

Andy