Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Our title

After the many pressures from family and friends to create a blog, my anti-blogging has finally come to an end. However, now that I have one, there is no guarantee I will post. Muh-ha-ha-ha.I will try to remember, but don't really know how often these things get read. I already have a profile on myspace (at www.myspace.com/lahlik) and on facebook (under Sheila K Pitts), you can check things out there, too.

Anyway, so of all the catchy or ordinary things that I could come up with. The one that came to me that I liked the best for our little blog is "Leaves on the family tree." I love the ad that the Utah Fostercare Foundation uses that says, "Be a branch on someone else's family tree." I find that so inspiring and love the idea of the family tree. It has been so fun getting older, spawning and watching my friends, siblings and family spawn as well. There is such symbolism in a family tree, I couldn't resist using leaves on that tree to represent the events, happenings, and other not-so-branches of our life. Enjoy, if I ever update this ... hehehehe.

4 comments:

Dan and Sharane said...

Yay! You caved! Welcome to the world of blogging! It is actually a lot of fun! Anything goes!

Love ya!

-Sharane :)

Dan and Sharane said...

Oh, by the way,love the title! very profound!

-Sharane :)

Cressida said...

Hi Sheila.

I know it's a lot of work keeping up a blog and profile pages like Facebook so I will offer a tip: you can link what you write on this blog to your Facebook Notes account. That way, you don't have to post twice, it will automatically import your blog posts for you. Here's how:

Go to your facebook page.

1. Open the Notes tab, select the "Import a blog" link on the right side of the page.
2. Enter the URL (web address) of your blog into the text box, and check the box underneath that states that you agree to our Terms of Use.
3. To complete the process, click on "Save Settings". Once you do this, your past posts will be in notes and any new posts you make will automatically display.

Enjoy!

Brad and Theresa said...

Yay, I knew you couldn't handle it. Brad and I created one because we thought it would be the best way to keep in touch with everyone since we don't have long distance. At times it is challenging to keep up, but it's fun. Welcome. Love ya, Theresa