Tuesday, January 20, 2009

rogue writing



Hi. I'm feeling a bit shy. A bit naked without my blue blankie.

As you can tell, things are moving around a bit here. The blue is gone. So long, Blue. You were good to me.

The fact of the matter is, there are big changes in the works. Suaviloquy is undergoing a major renovation. I'm one of those lucky people who has a graphic designer as a friend. Don't you just hate people like me? I did. Until I met Shawn, and then his brother Adam. What can I say? Sometimes Lady Luck takes a shine to me. Don't hate me too much. It's a rare occurrence.

For now, I'm vagabonding it. I'm just parked here under my homemade header, eating canned beans, until my little masterminds come up with something AMAZING. You hear that Shawn? AMAZING. Cuz I know what you're capable of.

As for the rest of you, pull up a plastic chair and hang out. You're not going to believe this story I have to tell you. . .

10 comments:

Laura said...

look at that. I am away from the computer for a couple of days and you go and change everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am not good with change. But I trust you will be more fabulous..if that is even possible.

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

looks good already . . . can't wait to see more!

JanMary said...

Loving the new look :)

sweetmango said...

I love change...big fan of change.
Onwards and upwards!
:)

Renee said...

I agree...I love change too,if you have different feelings all the time why not let your blog have different feelings,too. ;)It's a nice surprise to see the change...although it may not be possible to be any more spectacular than your blog already is, but I guess you could prove me wrong.Bye from a daily visitor! :) Wonder what Miss Finland thinks about this?Maybe she will comment?

april said...

Miss Finland, Miss Finland! Come out, come out where ever you are!

Hana said...

Does that bird in your banner have a mustache?! LOL!!

MoziEsmé said...

Lucky you. I need a friend like that...

Lisa said...

I am thrilled for you...and sitting on the edge of my plastic chair. When will you tell us the story?

Terri Fisher said...

Don't leave us hanging too long!