You’ve been given due warning

I have another library talk this-morning, in a few hours: I’ll be away till lunchtime.

When I get back, I shall take the site off-line and install the new theme I have my beady eye on. Having played with it a bit, I know already that it will not inherit anything much other than text; so almost everything is going to have to be done manually – “or once a year”, as Stringer would often add by way of explanation.   😉

To give you some sort of idea of timing … I can’t ! I mean, I can tell you that it is, in Sydney, Oz, currently a bit before six in the morning – but that doesn’t help anyone reading this later. (Note to self: put time/weather widget in sidebar !)

All I’m able to do is advise that in roughly seven hours from now this site will be offline for an hour or so. Wish I had a magic wand that would let me know everyone’s local time. Sighh …

Here is a cartoon that amuses me greatly, just to keep things sweet:

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49 thoughts on “You’ve been given due warning

  1. I would say that I will wait with baited breath…however, with the time difference, I will merely be asleep and look forward to seeing the new look tomorrow!!

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  2. Indeed, me little love. It is noticeably different (as opposed to scarcely so from the current one to the previous one), but not in a “Mein gott !” kind of way. 😀

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  3. Have fun ‘moving the furniture’ or ‘cleaning house’! Just have to say, I love your header image on this blog – of the purple flowers draping over the edge of the wall are gorgeous!
    Cute cartoon, too!
    ~Lindy

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  4. OH, this is going to be fun. Can’t wait to see your new theme. I have no clue how to even take myself off line. I changed a theme while still online. Hhehehehehe Best of luck to you!!! (((HUGS))) Amy

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  5. That cartoon is so true, I remember growing up, we had an old black and white cat and you could never get him off the back of the television set.

    Looking forward to the new look.

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  6. 😀 So glad it got the response I hoped for. Obviously we have a lotta cat-lovers around. Fills me with hope for de woild.

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  7. Jenny was the only animal which I had in my life and will be the only one she was too much perfected and I am afraid of being disappointed with an other one

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  8. You are A Noble Woman, my dear, to persevere through such difficulties …
    Meanwhile I persevere in working my way through the emails advising me of posts from blogs I follow. I am hoping to reach yours before long. 🙂

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  9. Few of them are as important as having and loving an animal and receiving its love in return. You’ve chosen to deprive yourself of that …
    Chacun son goût …

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  10. Ah. More reasonable. In fact, I compliment you: for I am very much against having dogs cooped up in apartments. Daily walks simply don’t replace their natural activity.
    I shall now, as the Americans say …
    BUTT OUT !
    [grin]

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