I’m Sorry

I want to apologize to those of you who have been following my blog. I changed the “theme” several times as a way to freshen things up. The last theme I used really showcased my writing. It included a really large starting letter in the first sentence of the post, which sort of looked like a book or article. Rather than make my site look fresh and hip (Cringe! I think that word gives away my age!), it was difficult for readers to see the archives and the links to my various pages. So I am back to the Hemingway style. I’m very pleased with it. Sorry for all the design changes.

8 Replies to “I’m Sorry”

  1. Wally, I think this latest theme is pretty nice. I like the fact that the name of the blog, the tag line, the “search” feature, and all the hot links (Home, etc.) are right there. Also, you don’t have to scroll down, down, down for five minutes looking for the archives.


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