Thursday, December 02, 2004

The New Look

I'm trying a new look to my blog. I really like it. It was created by Mai. She held my hand through the whole process, and I need a lot of hand holding. Thanks for all the time you've spent on this Mai!
There are some kinks that need to be worked out. I'll try working on them tomorrow. But let me know if you have a problem with something or think something should be improved. Thanks also to Vivi for giving me the idea. She's way ahead of the curve.

-- said Auntie M in Paris
11:18 PM



Yay yay yay yay!! It's gorgeous! :)

# posted by ViVi : 9:49 AM  

Look. I already have enough pressure in my life. I am trying to learn French. I am trying to find a job. And now I am going to have to "update" the look of my blog?

Just kidding. I totally love the new "look and feel." Mai does great work.


# posted by Anonymous : 2:16 PM  

Love the new look. Very Frenchie. I was freaked when I first opened it b/c I thought I did something wrong. Hope you are doing better and hubby gets back safely. By the way, I have to give you credit for consistently trying to do craft projects at the kids' schools. I would have given up the first time they rejected me (and I know this has been going on for years). The teachers in the States will appreciate you, so hang in there.


# posted by Anonymous : 10:04 PM  

Your first comment! All of the people that I know seem to be scared to leave a comment. It is a pretty drastic change, but I was so bored with the old format and Mai was nice enough to create a new one for me. You know I'm really going to miss this place when I leave!

# posted by Auntie M in Paris : 10:15 PM  

LOVE the new look! :)

# posted by Anonymous : 5:42 AM  

LOVE the new look!


# posted by Anonymous : 5:43 AM  

Sorry for the double (now triple) post.


# posted by Anonymous : 5:44 AM  

No problem. Thanks for the comment(s). :]

# posted by Auntie M in Paris : 7:39 AM  

New look done by an American. A proof : flags are À L'ENVERS (I don't know how to say that in English, désolée)

# posted by Anonymous : 8:04 AM  

Thank you for pointing that out Julia. As soon as you said it, I knew. But I guess us Americans always think in the "red, white and blue." Maybe it's ok that way... kind of a mix of French and American. I hope you continue to read and comment... I always appreciate the French perspective.

# posted by Auntie M in Paris : 4:28 PM  

OK, thank you, I will continue to comment as long as you blog. I like reading blogs of foreigners living in France, it's always interesting to have their impressions about my country.
Something really surprised, the way that Americans imply in the study of their children at school. Maybe in France we don't like that because it accentuates social differences (If I were a teacher, I wouldn't appreciate to see parents in the class).


# posted by Anonymous : 2:02 PM  

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