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Changed the layout a little bit

So, I have gone and changed the layout a little bit. The previous one is getting old on me and furthermore, it's just a reflection of how 'ego' being human is...feature your face everywhere, including the banner, like you're a celebrity. Sigh....well, I was thinking of being a celebrity one time...when I was seven. You'd think I have outgrown that, huh?

No, this blog now is going to be more about life, (yes still me - what, you think I write for money now? Well...I do, but....this is my blog), the things I've seen, my kids, cooking and basically, being thankful about the things around me.

I think we take too many things that we have for granted. And when you are not grateful, you forget how to be happy about having your children around when there are parents out there who had their kids' murdered or kidnapped. You forget how fortunate you are when there are people crying their souls to sleep because they might not have enough to eat tomorrow.

You know, these very simple things. SO! This is my big project - The Thankfulness Project. I am tempted to get a new domain name but, urgh, I have to many. ANOTHER ONE?? How am I ever going to manage all of them. As it is, I was just tweeting that I have so many twitter accounts logged into my tweetdeck that I can never drunktweet again.

It's a joke, alright? Pttthh...like I EVER drunktweet...or drink...or party....or have fun. That's for unhappy people, right? Anyway...where was I?

Oh yeah, so I decided not to burden myself with another website (as TEMPTING AS IT IS - this is the tech geek Marsha speaking) and stuck with this 'category' thing. To find ThankfulnessProject stuff, just head over to the category page.

:-) You get the picture. So, this is a change for me and my blog and I think I am gonna just be thankful that I am thankful.

Thankfully yours,
Marsha
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