Blog Title change!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Man, I am a blogging machine! Really it's because I can't do one thing all at once, I feel the need to spread it all out and clog everyone's Google Reader with my posts. :)

So, I changed the title of my blog. It happened as I was searching for the perfect Christmas banner at the top of my site--the current one is a placeholder until I remember to transfer Photoshop over onto this new laptop and can make a proper one.

Anyway, as I was searching for an image from A Charlie Brown Christmas, it struck me that "This Is Not A Love Story" does not fit it at all. And I realized...I don't think that's the tone I want to set for this blog. I know that not everyone will understand "You're the Charlie Browniest" if they're not familiar with the Peanuts comic strip, but I think this one holds well. It may not be the best, and he may be kind of a sad, loser kid in the most endearing way possible...but he always holds out hope for that Christmas card, or the curly red-haired girl to talk to him, or that bitch Lucy to hold the football in place.

Normally I frown upon changes so major in a blog, but because this is still relatively new and really only like 5 people read this anyway, it's not a big deal. I'm still searching for a better blog description since this one makes me sound obnoxious, but that's ok. Baby steps.

And with the new blog title comes a new color scheme! Yaaaaay!


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