Okay, so I'm playing around with the design of my blog and readers, we must talk. So far I've been more than happy sifting through other sites that provide oodles of cute backgrounds so I can change mine up every month or two or ten. However, I want to start designing my own headers. Lately I've just been using my own pictures behind the header/title and it's been fine, but I want to start using better pictures and fonts, just because I think it would be fun. I sort of played around with that idea when I changed my current picture, and in a few weeks I'll have a new picture to put up there that I've been dying to show you. So, here's what I need to know:
Question #1: Does it bother you that the pictures in my header are just a little bit too big for the stupid blue line that outlines them? Because it drives me crazy but I have no idea how to fix it. So if it does bother you, you better be able to tell me how to fix it. HOW DO I FIX IT???
Question #2: I've been playing around with new titles for my blog, but don't like any of them, so if you have a cute title to suggest, I'm all ears. Which leads me to...
Question #3: I hate my url address. I picked it based on my email address which is based on my old high school nickname which no one uses anymore (except for three people, two of whom haven't called me Pocket since I announced I was pregnant...weird.) Anyway, if I change it to something else, will that screw everyone up? I'm thinking about changing it and posting a message on facebook with the new url and that should cover everyone who follows this, right? I mean, there are only five followers so I'm not too worried. What I AM worried about is...what do I change it to?? This may be easy depending on what I decide to do with the title. Should the title and url address be the same? I think so. It would make things much easier, right?
I don't know why I care so much. This is just a silly family blog, but lately it's been my only creative outlet! Once school starts and I can organize and design my classroom, my blog will not seem nearly as important, so if I'm going to make these changes, it's best to do it now. I can't wait to hear your input, dear reader! (Especially on question #2 - I'm really stumped and need lots of ideas, so let 'em flow, folks! Mom, I expect you to step up on this. Come on!)