My wife and I are home together and I’m sitting with her and my laptop while I consider how I want my blog to look. I have been testing themes lately and my wife has started comparing it to shopping for shoes and dresses.
“You’re looking for the perfect fit,” she says, shaking her head. “You’ll never find it. There will always be something lacking in the design.”
True. But I’m looking for something I will like the moment I see it and keep on liking years later.
“Good luck,” she says. “Why do you think I have so many shoes that look like they’ve been worn only once.”
Hmmm … I’ve always wondered about that.
Still, the search continues until I find the one that says “Eureka!”
Hey! I wonder … are any themes called that?
I’m off to look. Meanwhile, enjoy the modeling changes here.
I have begun a makeover for this site, and I’ve chosen Typo as my theme. This is the only WordPress theme I’ve found that’s closest to my personality: grays colored with a few pastel colors … which means I needed to redo my header and eliminate the cold blue background. I added some warmth to my picture to compliment the grays and to match my headline font color.
Since I haven’t purchased WordPress’ $79/year premium package upgrade yet (on my TO DO list), my links don’t have any color to distinguish them from the surrounding text—an unfortunate handicap of this free theme. That means you have to hover over text that you think may be links. Here is what the link to this site looks like: Steven L Campbell. Hover your pointer over my name to see that it’s a link.
All the same, I like the “typewriterly” look of Typo, and I feel that it may inspire me to blog more often. If so, I may keep this theme around for a long while. We’ll see.