Blog Like You Mean It

22 February 2006

I haven't been posting here much lately, and I feel strangely guilty, like I've been neglecting a child! There's a good reason though - I've been setting up a photo gallery. Here it is so far. There aren't many photos up yet, because it took me so long to get the HTML right in the tepmlate - but I'll be adding photos old and new into galleries over the coming weeks, so keep checking back!

All right, now that you've had a look, I'm curious to know what readers think - should I change the look of the Pod to something similar to the gallery? I've always been rather precious about not changing my template here, but if I'm honest, this place is just screaming for a makeover. I'm just nervous because it took so long setting up that template for a new blog - imagine how long it would take for an existing blog like this (a huge exisitng blog like this) - and what if something went wrong and I lost everything? Still, I'm willing to give it a try - whether you like the Pod the way it is, think I should try a set-up similar to my gallery, or something different entirely, please leave all opinions in the comments!

I've also created a
Froogle Wishlist. Unfortunatley there's not a great range of stuff to choose from, especially when you're outside the US. (I really, really want that t-shirt though).

Something that wasn't on Froogle, but that I do very much want...

Yep, in America you can order personalised gallon bottles of Tabasco. How cool is that? If anyone's getting a hint, they do ship to Australia...


  1. Haha - Personalized Tobasco Sauce, only in America!
    I'm going there this year ((Well, NY)), if you want me to pick you up something I can :P :) Hehe.

  2. 1 gallon is 3.8 litres - not even I need that much tabasco (and I put tabasco on everything - salad, eggs, sauces, you name it)

    Hmm, I'd have to say - I'd like some American candy. Sure, it's tasteless - but so much to choose from (four different varieties of skittles! God knows how many M&Ms!)

    I think I'm spoilt by British confectionary - everytime I go to Ireland, I just can't believe how good it is - as seen in the Simpsons The Regina Monologues!

  3. Hehe, I agree. I went to England once and their lollies were awesome, by the time I got to America I was all sugared out. Yanks put too much sugar in things, so much so it becomes tasteless/just takes like sugar.
    I'm going to England aswell this year, and I plan to buy lots of sweets :)

  4. Yeah, I've decided to go to the
    UK and Ireland this year - I shall return with my suitcases shamefully weighed down with lollies.


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