Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Change and a photo

This is just one more change to this blog. I wanted a template that complimented the theme of my website. I like this template because it has the texture of a scroll or old papers. I'm sorry if some of you miss the bright Orange. This should be it for a while. Thanks again for all of your support. Peace~

Photo:
Side view of my grandfather's childhood home in North Carolina.

12 comments:

faith said...

I personally LOVE the changes. I also love the picture. I hope you are well, I hear your weather is bad today. Our DC office is closing early because of the weather out there. Take Care!

Stephen Bess said...

Faith-
Hello! Yes, the weather is a little yucky, but it's not as bad as most. They are mostly worried about the ice.

Nevah~ said...

I love this template. Hi, its been a while but I wanted to let you know I'm still out here reading your blog. I love the pic of the old house. Have a wonderful WEEK!

Stephen Bess said...

Nevah~
Hello! I'm happy to hear that all is well. I check on you often to see what's happening with you. I'm glad that you love the pic. Enjoy your week as well! Peace~

Essequibo said...

Peace, Steven. I dig the changes...I like the detail. There seems to be so many changes taking place all around. I don't know if I'm ready (lol). Blogger even made me change my sign in information. Go figure. Peace.

S Bess said...

Essequibo-
I'm glad that you like them. They appeal to me. It's nice to know that the change appeals to others as well. Hang in there bro. Peace~

the prisoner's wife said...

bless...

checking in again & saying hello!

getzapped said...

Change is good, isn't that the saying? I like what you're up to and what a great picture!

urban butterfly said...

Love it, Love it!! I think it fits nicely. And it definitely fits YOU!! I like the photo. Reminds me of a house back in the days of slavery or sharecropping.

BTW...I read your comment over on Essequibo's latest post. You are right about Sierra Leonean's having such a strong sense of community. Some of my best friends are from Sierra Leone, and their families just adopted me as if I'm one of them...teaching me their language and culture and everything!! They're warm people and I love how they stick together.

Cergie said...

I like this background colour
It's exactly for the same reason I changed mine and have almost the same
I wanted to have an aspect of old paper
I found and ever find that it is better for eyes

Lyrically speaking said...

Miss Delaleu here loves orange, but a more toned down kind of orange...it's fine, you have good taste so it will look good regardless

Professor Zero said...

Yes, I like the template and the picture too ... evocative ...

It is freezing down here, freezing!

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