Thinking about changing my blog banner photo

I’m thinking about changing the main photo that appears at the top of my blog.  It’s the same photo as I use on my original blog (Holy Sheepdip at Blogger).

I purposely put the same photo up on this WordPress blog so that readers (even if they be only me) would feel at home.

Now, however, I’m thinking maybe it’s just confusing, and I’m considering changing it.

Just talking to myself…

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7 thoughts on “Thinking about changing my blog banner photo

    • Thank you, MrsCraftyPants, and I love your username! Hey, I checked out your info at http://en.gravatar.com/mrscraftypants and I found a typo – “every since one of them”. I’m guessing you meant every *single* one of them, but maybe you were typing with multiple things on your mind, like me, and it came out like that.

      Not to criticize, just to let you know if you wanted to change it.

      Beautiful family photo, too. Very nice.

  1. Ya know, I almost said something to the effect of “maybe you were typing with kids hanging around diverting your attention”, but thought that was just too presumptuous. That is often the case for me, though, with one kid or another vying for my attention.

    I’m loving your blog! It’s set up so nicely. I’ve yet to put up categories on mine, still being relatively new at it, and am getting ideas from other blogs, yours included.

  2. I see you haven’t changed your heading picture and I have to say I’m glad. I think it is appealing but I haven’t seen what you would replace it with. Maybe I would like it better. I have been meaning to comment on your title for your blog. How many people would you guess have any idea what sheep dip is? I haven’t heard the term in a long time and don’t believe it is even used anymore in this area. I like your title, though, it is an attention grabber,

    • Thank you, AuthorJim.

      I didn’t have any other picture in mind to use as a banner photo. Now that I have a few followers, I hesitate even more to make a change, in case anyone is like me and isn’t fond of change. If it ain’t broke, why fix it?

      Although I do know what sheep dip is, I’ve never had personal experience with it. I just started using the term “holy sheepdip!” when I was a teenager, as what I thought was a creative alternative to some cuss words, and it stuck with me my whole life.

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