03 March 2008

Mindless

I'm messing with the colors on my blog, trying to find something that
better reflects my mood. The old color scheme was looking very Easter-
eggy to me, and made me feel too brave-face Pollyanna. Also, I'm very
sleepy and playing with colors is about all my brain can handle.

I'm not happy with where things are yet, but I'll keep playing around.

7 comments:

Klynn said...

Funny. The only thing I really noticed, just now, was the type font on "Snickollet". Either I'm not very perceptive, or you haven't made any big color changes. Make sure you don't go too dull/boring with the colors, though. While you don't want to be all cutesy, you don't want to bum yourself out, either. Maybe you should go for something calm and tranquil and relaxing. (Not that I ever thought there was anything wrong with your color scheme...I didn't.)

janet said...

hmmm. your snickollet font is defaulting to something weird. but otherwise ....

Sarah said...

I have to say, I'm glad the yellow is gone.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I am not sure how I found your blog but just wanted to say how much i admire all that you do. I am a mom to twin boys that are 2 1/2. I also have a 7 year old girl. My boys challenge me constantly. They are definately MUCH harder than girls at this age. Both my boys crave attention and love one on one mommy time, so your post about staying home with Riley really hit home. I often feel bad about them being twins, that for the child it really isnt that great. Well now I am ramblinig, but hang in there, the age that your children are at is by far the hardest, the easier days are just around the corner. I hear that three is the magic age where it just starts to get easier and four they are own cruise control. This is my hope anyway. I am also from Boston originally and its a great city to raise your kids, so much to do!! I now live in CT but my family is still all there so I am constantly visiting...would love to return there someday :) You are a great Mom, dont beat yourself up. Yelling is part of the job :)
Cath

Sharon said...

I am missing the yellow.

Giovanna said...

I must be the most unperceptive (is that word?) person on the planet? When did you have yellow? I so would suck at giving the police a description of a suspect. Anyways, as a previous person commented...it's true..You are amazing. The stage you're at w/M&R is really one of the hardest...and you're surviving! Congrats! It does get easier...3 was great and 4 is a blast so far.

Mizasiwa said...

ok i am really not trying to be horrible i just thought it was fuuny but seriously "try somting calm" is white not calm enough? lol??? that comment just made what is a day from hell a little bit better!!
on the waking up thing... my son has been dong that on and off for about a year... and according to my mom they only get better when they are about seven - he is two... yes i did cry when she said that! But seriously the only thing that helped us is doing the "cry out" thing and we can only do that when he is 100% well - which is hardly ever but it does work, even if it makes me feel awful it is for the best nothing worse than how i feel today.. short tempered and irratic!!! Cant even finish a prper post for goodness sake. But good luck i look forward to hearing what happens!!