I don't like changes. I dig my heels in when it comes to change. It freaks me out a bit. After years of having the same template/background on my blog, the server changes over and they didn't take my template, which left me with a white background and a not so nifty little tag in the corner that said photobucket deleted file or something like that. And if that wasn't bad enough, the little tag box popped over to the middle of my blog and scrolled down the page, making it hard to read.
I didn't mind the white "blank slate" look so much, as I minded the stupid scrolling box thing. Amanda (who I call my technical advisor lol) worked all afternoon yesterday trying to figure out how to get that dumb box off. It turned out to be a simple fix. But, somehow it messed with the font size of my sidebar. The words there are huge and I can't figure out how to make them smaller like they were before. I hate Change and I hate that I'm not a "technical" person even more. I kind of like the look of the three columns most blogs have too, but I'm too chicken to mess with it and I'm too afraid I'll screw my blog up even more.
As I was saying change and me, we don't get along so well. Which is probably why I freak out every time facebook decides to change it's look. It was fine the way it was...why mess with it? I've also been freaking out lately because my normal happy go lucky, fun girl is turning into a freaking hormonal monster. One minute she's the sweet girl that I loved hanging out with and the next it's the hormone monster screaming and freaking out and I never know which one I'm going to get. We now have two of those in the house. What is my world coming to?
Another change will be happening in the fall...my oldest baby (yes, baby) will be going to college. It seems just like yesterday Rich and I were fighting over who got to hold her and rock her to sleep. Now our baby girl is going off to college!! She's leaving us --- How dare she?! It makes me wish that I was a billionaire and owned acres and acres of land that I can build all my children their very own houses. And we could see each other all the time and they would never, ever leave us or be to far out of our sights. How on earth did our parents do this...they didn't even have cell phones and texting to check in with us. How do you let go? How do you deal with the change?
One day, I am going to have to deal with the world and technology changing all around me. Until then, I'm quite happy burying myself deep in my hole of denial. Hope you like the changes to my blog, because unless Amanda can fix it for me - it will be staying like this for a while LOL!