Friday, March 11, 2011

Freshening My Sanctuary

Inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that is where I renew my springs that never dry up.
~Pearl S. Buck

You may have noticed changes to my sanctuary, some font least I am hoping they are working for everyone. I found out just recently that Google, which provides eBlogger, also provides Web Fonts for free. Using a wider choice of fonts on my blog has been something I have wanted for a long time! I think it adds interest and is welcoming, hopefully others will feel the same.

You may also have noticed the newest addition to my blog on the right under my profile. I have many books to add to my list of have's and read's and want-to-read's at GoodReads, but this is a nice start.

I am not sure that I am done freshening my sanctuary. I have not changed the background since I started it two years ago. I do like its peaceful simplicity and its understated earthiness—I do so like the color green—but perhaps a few touches of change would be nice there also...?

~ My Lord, thank you for the desire to change, to better what has been, and may it always be in honor of You. ~


  1. Me likee. ☺ I like blues & greens so this has always worked beautifully for me. I tend to just change my header depending on whether I am feeling whimsical or fantastical. lol I had noticed the books list. ☺

  2. Thank you, Ganeida. I always say that the one thing you can expect out of life is change...and you know I try not to have expectations, but this one is a sure thing. Of course, the changes are not always in the direction you would like....

    Change is such an odd thing really: a part of you desires something new and yet another part feels it is just not the same as it was, which was the point, but somehow I feel the loss of the old things more these days, perhaps a sign that I am aging...?

  3. I changed my blog look yeasterday,and am really pleased with the new look.Sometimes change can be good. I like the look of your blog.Blessings jane


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