Blog Stuff, Dream, Poetry, Real Life, Writing

Out with the old, in with …

As you can see, this old pig blog is wearing a new dress. The font is smaller than on my old theme, but it’s hard to find a newer WordPress theme that isn’t hard on my eyes. Never fear. I use the Firefox add-on called NoSquint, which lets me enlarge the font on any webpage. I think I got all the kinks out, but let me know if you see any problems.

Don’t forget! November is a special month for us writers—no not that—it’s National House Cleaning Month! That zany 30 days designated for us obsessed writers to step away from the keyboard and rediscover the vacuum cleaner, the bottom of the laundry basket, and exactly what lies beneath that pile on the dining room table. If you’re joining me, let me know and get your counter set up, so I can keep an eye on the competition. I’ll also add your name and a link to your blog on the NaHoCleMo page I’ll add on Monday. Watch my counter in my sidebar —>

Things I afflict you with. I haven’t talked about any dreams, nor have I inflicted one of my dreadful poems on you lately. Guess what? Your luck has run out.


I wrote something fabulous
in a dream.

I read,
heart racing.


I woke,
deep sighing.

I wrote something fabulous,
in a dream.

So there you have my Weekend Whoop-de-doo. I wish you a Happy Halloween, Samhain, or whatever your weekend holds.

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49 thoughts on “Out with the old, in with …”

  1. I like the new look. The sidebar fonts are even bigger and more eye friendly.

    I’m going to take your challenge … sort of. I’m going to make it a goal to clean my office. If you’d seen it you’d know that is a big challenge. Big, I say.


    1. Wow, Tricia, it’s been awhile since you visited. I thought you might have lost my address. 😉 Glad you like the new look. Did the greenish background load a bit before the white?

      My office was the biggest challenge last year. Are you going to put up a NaHoCleMo counter?


  2. No. I’m too dumb to figure it out. I think I tried last year and got confused. Or maybe I assumed I’d get confused and blanked out (like I usually do) when I saw an instruction.

    I’m too embarrassed to visit blogs when I can’t update my own. I pop in once in awhile to remind people I’m still alive. But fresh, new/updated blogs inspire me to have a thought that might evolve into a post. Who knows.


    1. I know you have worthy thoughts every day, Tricia. You’re over-thinking the blogging. You could always try Tweeting; it’s sort of like writing teensy-weensy blog posts. And you’re so funny, you’d have everyone in stitches.


  3. Oh, I like the new look! And the keys to my house are under the pot of pansies so that when you finish cleaning your house, you are welcome to start on mine!


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