may contain traces of nuts
Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb.
Ooooo, I love the new you!
I'd like to do that, too. I tried once, and my pictures became too wide and messed up the stuff in the margins. You become an expert and then talk me through it, okay?
I like it -similar to mine, big big pics look great. :o)Lynn - you can do a lot of fiddling before you commit yourself. Assuming you are on blogger go to 'template designer', if you select the 'simple blog' you will find that under 'layout' there is an option to adjust the width of your entire blog. This was what I did to allow me to have my pics as large as possible -like Pea Soup has here. you can mess about and preview your blog before you click 'apply to blog'.
Oh you are brave. I am too scared that if I change anything I'll break it.
How much fun is soapmaking! I too am an avid fan; my soap du jour... a block of pinky, rose petal studded coconut, good palm and olive oil blend with geranium rose essential oil. It's like lathering up with a monster block of turkish delight, delicious...
Must be in the air. I have been playig with the shop one too!burble..burble.
Oooh, I love it! It's nice and clean and PRETTY! I've been thinking about going to all white too, only I'm afraid of messing it all up. I LOVE your picture size!
I like the new look- a lot! Shows off your beautiful photos really well. Oh and I forgot to return your books- sorry, mind like a sieve. Hope you aren't pining for them. Will try to get them back to you next week via usual channel.Word verification -strincsmelly string?
Since our river has frozen over and the world's turned white , I'll just quietly admire the photos .
I too was wondering where the deep snow was. I've decided I prefer summer.
I am liking this very much.
Good grief. I have such a goldfish brain, I've forgotten what you looked like before.
I like it - the elegance suits you. :)
may contain traces of nuts....hehehehe x
I like the blog (although I liked it before, too). Your photos are fabulous. Christmas has - I think - always been womens' work, unless you want a single boiled potato for Christmas dinner for seven (my father-in-law's preparations one year when my MIL was away) or only get a DVD apiece (the CFO's answer to too-many-bits-of-lego-and-crowded-shops).
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