christmas in july...

get excited people, i just added 6 years of marshall Christmas cards to this website. i am not sure the internet can handle all that awesomeness contained in a single website. but maybe al gore knew what he was doing when he invented this thing...

check it out HERE. or simply click on "christmas cardapalooza" at the top of this page. in the orangey part. the last words in the orangey part. is that clear enough? i am not good with directions.

i love that new Christmas card section but my favorite part of my new website is this page named "highlights". i love how i can tag each blog post with some random word or two and then they will all be grouped together. and i love that i have 1 blog post tagged "std" and 1 tagged "throw up". just keeping it real here. i get the feeling that my c.s. lewis tag will be getting worn out as i add more posts. plus i love that my latest instagram photos are on there and my latest tweets. so check that out. 

after you get in the holiday spirit with all of our past Christmas cards. you have a while to catch up since i will be gone for almost 2 weeks. pace yourself people...

speaking of giving directions... several of you have asked about where the button is to add this blog to your RSS feed. well, i don't know what that is... BUT i do know where the little button is... and since i am BAD at explaining things and giving directions but i am good at making cute things on my computer... here is where the RSS feel button is located...

Transient

when i chose this blog design from squarespace (and i LOVE squarespace. their customer service is top notch) i was unaware it was a beta test blog design. so they are still working on some things for it and working out some quirks. some things may change in the next few months and hopefully some things will get better (like a button for RSS feed being somewhere actually ON my blog. and a "like" button so you can "like" my posts because i know that you do like my posts but wouldn't it be super cool if you could click a button and really LIKE my posts, and a "make my dinner while i blog/or read lea's blog" button. the nice people at squarespace assure me they are working on all of those things for me.)