In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.
Two things that horses are scared about:
1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move
yup! loud and clear!
Hahaha - yeah, Spring has definitely sprung in your neck of the woods. Of course, if it makes you feel any better, we're not looking much Springier...
Oh isn't it wonderful? LOL. I just want the sun to come out, I'm starting to worry it's gone forever!
How do you post your pictures so large and have borders on them? Either way, it looks great!! I pray for the day I can have my horse in my own back yard!
What you say, happy spring,it is that the sun is there but the many snow speaks volumes Ian
to Janine I use Blogger as my template and when I format the template, I widen out the main blog area and minimize the sidebar. All my photos come in from Picasa 3, also a Google application. Now here is the trick. Open Picasa3, export your photo (at bottom of screen, resizing it to 1024 pixels. You can also add the watermark on this screen. When you import your photo to your blog, you can re size it to small, medium, large, or original size by right clicking on the photo. Original size in this case is 1024 pixels. You can mix and match photo sizes in the same blog.Borders are added under the template design, under advanced, i think.In either case, be sure to say the template (layout) that you are using before playing with these features. this gives you a return point to download from your hard drive if something goes hay wire. Let me know if I can help further.Thanks for the
Oh, I know! We had a few flakes here in NC... but it was windy and blustery ... a ferocious 45 degrees (yes, everyone WAS complaining of the cold :)
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