Laugh Quotes is 500!
No, that’s not right.
Laugh Quotes is 2 1/2. This is Laugh Quotes’ 500th post and in it’s honor I have a new look.
My blog. My Map. My Hair. My Bathroom.
New Look for Laugh Quotes
The blog’s look should be obvious by now (unless you are reading this in your email). It’s simple and clean.
This is what happens when I am bored. Do you think it will last for another 500 posts, or just a few?
New Look for Our Travel Map
Actually, it’s more of an old, new look for the travel map. It was ever changing. The result, this is our 2012: (the map links to Google, if you want an expanded view):
The map doesn’t look like much, does it? So my map needed a new look. Luckily we visited a few huge countries like Russia and China. I think our travels look so much more interesting when the countries are filled in:
Our final itinerary by country:
New Zealand → Australia → Singapore → Malaysia → China → Oman → UAE → Russia → Germany → Czech Republic → Germany → England → Scotland → Ireland →Wales → MSC Cruise to Amsterdam and Norway → England → Spain → Portugal → Spain → France → Spain → NCL Cruise to France, Italy, Vatican City, Greece and Turkey → Austria → Germany → Luxembourg → Belgium → France → Morocco → New Zealand.
My new look hair cut leads to a new bio photo.
It wasn’t a planned new look. Hubby went to “Quick Cuts” whilst we were in Spain and looked great. I mean really great. He had never been brave enough to get short hair before. It was easy this time. He doesn’t speak Spanish, and apparently I don’t speak it as well as I think. So,when I asked her to keep his curls, I think she heard, “cut off the curls.”
Well, he looked so good I gave “Quick Cuts’ a try for my trim. In a word: Fail. The better salon’s repair forced me to be brave too, so now I have my first shorter cut in years. Here are a few of my favorites in thumbnail size. Which one do you think should be up in the new bio box on top of the sidebar?
New Look for My Bathroom
I have heard from so many people that the best part of returning home after a long trip is sleeping in your own bed. Well, yes that was nice. But for me, it was having a clean bathroom and toilet seat.
We almost didn’t. Really.
I offer big thank yous to my neighbor and friend who replaced our toilet seat after our home exchange partner left and before we got home. We found the “original” in the garage. We can’t figure out how this could happen, maybe you can explain this:
In honor of my new toilet seat, or really just in honor of having a toilet seat (and no more squat toilets) we bought new towels and bathmats. (After seeing the toilet seat we figured the whole bathroom needed an upgrade). So, yes our bathroom really does have a new look to compliment our replacement toilet seat.
- Do you like the new page format?
- Which bio photo is your favorite?
- Should we head to North America, South America or South East Asia next?
- What happened to my toilet seat?