I promise. I didn't just change the look of this thing for the fun of it. Though I was having a hankering to do so... But what's up is this. My television is now my computer monitor, right? And I needed to make some adjustments to my page so that I can use the magnifer more easily to edit my blog entries. I needed to make my text area 400 pixels wide--and of course, fit everything to match. My last design was getting on my nerves anyway because my header was wider than my content. OCD, right? So that's that.
Dale came down yesterday afternoon, and we had a good time. We got some supper, and I let him rig up my computer. It's a scary sight, but it works. My LCD screen isn't even attached to the computer anymore, but at least now I can use it as a laptop. This is pretty temporary, though. I've got to break down and do something different. Like get a new computer. Anyway, we went to see Annie Get Your Gun. It was very good. It amazes me that the whole entire thing is student-produced. Those are some talented folks. Afterwards, Holly and Jenny came over for some fun-filled mess-making and such. Good times, indeed.
Well, as is customary for the weekends, I'm probably going to make my way toward Calvert City or something like that today. So that means I might ought to take a shower and become presentable.
One last note. This tee-shirt that the folks at Bradley Book Co. gave me is still rolled up and hanging out in the living room. The way it's folded, you can only the the RADLE of the BRADLEY. Everytime I look at it, though, I think "Radley." And that makes me think of Boo Radley and reminds me that I still haven't read To Kill a Mockingbird. Okay. Just thought I'd tell you.