: pardon the interruption :

sorryI warned you this could happen and it did. I changed themes. The new tag can stay, but the theme had to go.

It didn’t work for me, after all. The elements were too big, I like small. I like white space. I like clean and airy. This wasn’t a knee-jerk reaction, I gave it almost two weeks to grow on me, but it didn’t. I started avoiding it, instead. Something got lost in the redesign. Personality or character or tone, something ineffable and essential was missing.

My old one, the original, was perfect. Finding a replacement won’t be easy and may turn out to be impossible. The hunt is on, though, I’m not ready to surrender yet.

Going backwards isn’t really an option. I thought it would be, but it’s not. I’m ready for new and different, I want to see upheaval. A shake-up is healthy once in a while and this one’s long past due. Four years is a lifetime on the Internet, so let’s see how this works out. If it doesn’t, we’ll move on. We’ll try every theme there is until we hit on the exact right one.

Please bear with me. Try to see this as an adventure, instead of a time-consuming pain in the a**. We can do this, boys and girls, I know we can. Thank you for your patience. Stand by …

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2 responses to “: pardon the interruption :”

  1. This is exactly why I don’t change my theme. I’m terrified that I will hate the new one and won’t be able to get the old one back. Stay strong, you’ll find it.

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    1. You’re smart. I should’ve left it alone, but now that I’ve made the leap I want something new and spectacular. What I’m finding is frustration. Gah! Thanks for your support, though, I need it.


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