At long last, after plenty of tinkering, I decided to lighten things up with a relooking, as they say in France, with a fresh, brand-new design for the site.
The new look is easier for you to read and more organized. There’s less-distracting colors, and far more order.You’ll find the archives neatly-arranged and categories on my spiffy new sidebar, a better and faster search engine, more space for larger photos, and most importantly, leaving and reading comments will go a lot more smoothly.
Few of you probably remember when the site was launched way back in 1999….
Adorable, wasn’t I?
Since then, much has changed and evolved. Except my hair, which isn’t evolving quite as much as I wish.
Thanks to web whiz Jesse of Plasticmind, who did the marvelous redesign, you’ll be seeing a few more changes in the site. In the coming weeks, I’ll be updating the information on the pages linked at the top of the screen. There will be more frequently-updated information about Paris, as well as news about classes and chocolate tours, and other things that I’m planning on adding. So you might notice a few things swapping back and forth, so please bear with us while we work out any the kinks.
And—I realized that I have some unfinished business with you.
Months ago I posted about the curious tins of tuna I bought, but never opened. And I know you’ve all been patiently waiting for me to make good on a promise I made a while back.
So I finally mustered up the nerve to open one up….
Er…sorry about that.
Well that was unexpected. I’d better hold off on opening the second tin…and save that for the next relooking.
Enjoy the new look!