So, what does it say when you spend so much time working on your blog that you don't cook??
Part of my situation is that DH monopolizes the computer all night long, so I can only get on during the day (except for brief times after dinner). This is fair enough since I'm home most of the day, but it means that I have to do all my stuff when I really should be working on other things, instead of at night when the kids are in bed and all I usually do is watch TV anyway. We do have a second computer, but it's not hooked up to the internet because it's in my son's room. I'm thinking that the solution to this is to buy a laptop to replace the old computer. This way I can use it when I want to and it can be in my son's room when he needs to do school work, etc.
As you can see, instead of cooking, I've been working on my blog colors. It may change a lot while I figure out what I want to do. I have taken a cue from another blogger and have set up a "test blog". I copied the template from here into the test blog. Now I can experiment there without messing up anything here. I also try to save a copy of my template into Word every so often, just in case.
I have a question for you readers out there. What do you see on my blog?
I have chosen a font for my header/title that may not show up universally and I have custom mixed my colors - I like the look pretty well, but I'm afraid that it's not being seen correctly by different browsers, etc. Anyway, the font for my site title (where it says "The Savory Notebook) is Tempus Sans ITC - sort of a handwritten look to it. The colors are a light sage green and a darker sage green. Is this what most of you are seeing?
I would appreciate any responses - I want to try new things, but it's not really worth it if no one is seeing it correctly anyway.
Well, it's boring old order-out pizza for us. The more I cook, the more guilty I feel for ordering out, but I don't feel bad that we spent the afternoon and evening outside bathing the dog, letting him run and play and just enjoying the warm weather while it lasts.