If one has been in a house two years is it still “new”? I keep referring to my house as “new” and wonder if it is because there are still so many things I see that need to be finished. If not finished, then changed. I had the ceiling fan removed from the living room (thank heavens), but have not stumbled upon the just-right-thing to replace it. The dining room, too, still suffers the big-box fixture, the only advantage of which is that it turns on when we flip the switch. That is its gravest fault as well. If I were stumbling around in the dark on my way to let the dogs out or unable to read the paper in the morning, I’m sure it would have had my attention before now. Perhaps the key word for this year is “illumination.”
It will be the same here, I imagine. Things seem to be running smoothly at .com and I cannot say I’m the least nostalgic for blogspot. I do hope you feel the same. Give me a shout if you’re having any trouble, otherwise we’ll continue down this winding path together.