I hadn't planned on coming back to the blog today, but now that I've changed my header with my new title, I believe it behooves me to write a few words. Or more.
Before I ramble further, Midget the Turtle Elephant wishes me to write that she says, "Hugs, Everyone!"
I've thought about renaming my blog for quite a while. Lazily thinking, I was. Then Sports-Editor Dude Friend, sporting a broken foot, tapped his cane as he declared (not in these exact words, but close enough), "No more ladder climbing, Susie. We're too old now. No more." Dear Dude broke his foot when he fell off a ladder while trying to get into his house. That was several months ago; he is walking fine, the last I saw.
Have I forsaken ladders? Shrug. I am the Mama's daughter after all.
So, what do you think of my new blog title: Barefoot Susie? I also considered Young Old Fart and Deadheading Daisies. FYI: I may be making more changes to the blog over the coming days. Or, not, depending on how lazy I feel.
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Yay YOU!!!! Finding A New Outlook . . . or - perhaps a new path - and taking it.ReplyDelete
love & love,
I have no idea. Simply going with the instinct. :-)Delete
Well hello there -- I am happy to see you barefoot, at the top of a ladder, in Holilster or anywhere else you show up in blogland. (I do like the new title -- and the picture -- it suits you!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sallie! At least there's mo more barefoot climbing ladders for me, lolDelete
I love your new title. I am often barefoot, and always up for trying new things. There is plenty of life and things to explore by this old 63 year old body.. Have a fabulous week, and no ladder climbing! And thank you for stopping by my blog this week.ReplyDelete
So true. We have our whole lifetime before giving up. Even then, who knows?Delete
Barefoot Susie is ok and the image is very pretty, but The view from the top of the ladder was so unique! Follow your creativity... and enjoy blogging!ReplyDelete
Grazie, Italiafinlandia. :-)Delete
Although I don't always comment I enjoy reading your blog whatever the title so long may it continue, whether you're at the top of the ladder or anywhere else :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Eunice. While away, I found myself composing posts in my head. Of course I forgot them by the time I got to paper or the keyboard. lolDelete
I love the new header and title - it makes me want to take off my shoes and run in the grass!ReplyDelete
Go for it Carol! Whooo-hooo!Delete
It is wonderful! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Thankest thou! :-)Delete
Barefoot suzie sound good. I have trouble choosing a title for my blog post, at times.ReplyDelete
Coffee is on
It's not easy coming up with post titles. Sometimes my title doesn't match what I've written, but I like the title too much to care.Delete
I like it but then I like the other two titles too I especially like the "going on 5" description. That's how I am tooReplyDelete
Wandering and wondering. Fortunately for me I lived in a time and place that parents didn't worry about bogeymen.Delete
I think you should write and illustrate a children's book!ReplyDelete
Colleen, thanks for the encouragement. Midget thinks so, too.Delete
There you are! :) . . . big hugs back to Midget the Turtle-phant . . . the only question is, does Miss Molly-by-Golly approve: :)ReplyDelete
Molly is on strike. Not so much because of Midget and Gertrude the Roller Skating Giraffe (she'll pop in soon), but because she hasn't been outside in 4 days. Air quality is horrible from the far away fires.Delete
Whatever works. It took me a moment when the post popped up in my feed reader to recognize you, but in a few days, I'll have forgotten what your blog used to be called.ReplyDelete
I like this one although it does make me dizzy and a little envious.ReplyDelete
Hey there Midget I love your slippers, I'm guessing they're cruel free. I also love the way you fix your tail and that your ear doubles as a pompadour.
Daisies Popping Out Of My Head is what I'm seeing graphically. Maybe I'm thinking of that Chia Pet commercial.
I started following you because I was intrigued by the Take 25 to Hollister title.
Dizzy, I can see that. All the twirling and tilting of head to see this and that. Midget wanted a braided tail, and if I could've figured it out, would've braided in pink daisies as she asked.Delete
I've only posted a few times the past two years on Take 25. I keep up its presence at Facebook, but even that drains me so it's only now and then.