Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer

Sunday, December 11, 2011

New Layout and Scrambling Squirrels~

The past 3 days have been a blogging nightmare. The only good thing that I can say, is I have certainly been behind the scenes of the blogging world, and no matter how many codes, and brackets, and lines I copied and pasted, no matter how many sites I checked out to find the answers, nothing worked and evidently there are many others that this is happening to.

After giving in to the fact that my header image was going to remain smaller, and, or not fill up the center of the blog banner any longer, I gave in and simply changed my entire layout. It is a little more on the feminine side and a little flashy, and yet, it at least makes my smaller header image not look so swallowed up on the banner as it had been.

This Gray Squirrel had found an acorn and was looking for a place to tuck it away, and then along came one of it's friends.  They scrambled around and underneath the broken bark of this decaying tree trunk for quite some time, before giving in and burying the nugget in the earth below. 

The other 3 images in each mosaic collage were taken on one of the Oldham County country lanes, near home.

Happy Monday, Happy Week~



  1. very cute squirrels! love to see the gray ones as we only have fox here. :)

    sorry for the troubles with blogger! it is always something!

  2. What a bummer it is when the programmes just won't behave. I am too computer illiterate to manage to create a header. If I have to retype some long line of meaningless numbers, letters and strokes, I just get confused and give up. SO, ten points to you for persevering in creating a whole new layout. I am impressed.

    Delightful fat squirrels dancing around your yard.

    Hope you are not taking things too much to heart.
    Blessings . . . Arija


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