A blog’s design can tell you a lot about a person, don’t you think?
I’ve mentioned before that I switched my layout to the current one out of desperation but I’m looking to redecorate these here digs. I’ve been blogging almost three years and it seems high time I have a page that is truly reflective of me. One that, when you click on it, gives you a better idea of just who you are dealing with. Because right now when you visit here, I feel sort of like when I have an unannounced visitor at my apartment door- I am caught disheveled in my mismatched pjs with bedhead and no bra (ok, to some of you that’s a bonus)- except here, I know you are coming to visit. There’s something to be said for letting it “all hang out” but not quite like this, ya know?
Many of you were quick to offer help or point me in the direction of talented designers when I posted about wanting to remodel Sizzle Says. Thank you for that! I poked around and checked out sites and found one particular designer that I think can put the ideas in my head onto the (web)page with her gifted design talents. That is none other than:
Low and behold, she’s holding a contest to give away a free blog design package. How generous and awesome of her is that? I want to win it! And guess what? YOU can help me!
Lest you have forgotten, my birthday is Friday, April 18th. (That’s a mere three days away!) What’s that? You didn’t get me anything and now you feel bad? Don’t! You can totally make my birthday spectacular by clicking THIS LINK to her site and helping me win this free redesign. She’s tracking who brings the most traffic to her site. So click. That’s all you have to do. Just click this.
If I win, everyone wins. The way I see it, I get a website reflective of me and you, dear reader, get to look at a better web page every time you visit. See? Win/Win.
That’ll be like the best birthday present ever!
*Possibly upcoming this week: a post from my Mom about birthing me (and why she called me a “line backer”), before and after pictures of my new ‘do, and a birthday celebration led by none other than The Fella himself.