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I found a great site for color schemes online and will add it to the link section. I want to have a first class site, and to do that, want a special look. I think the backgound is nice, not to busy but gives a touch of Philly, and could be changed to reflect my mood. Say when the Eagles win the Superbowl or the Flyers win the Cup, or when Ed Rendell loses the 2006 election. I need to get the scheme for the posts just right, something eye-cathcing, but not busy. This takes time as I am sure you are all aware, and will be done soon.

The picture in the tite, of the back of the Philadelphia Art Museum and the historic Philadelphia Waterworks, is in my opinion one of the best pictures I have ever taken, pictures of my son aside of course. It is a beautuiful part of the city not many take time to appreciate since they are to busy driving past on the West River Drive, Kelly Drive or Schuylkill, pronounced skoo-kill, Expressway.

Thanks for your patience and I hope you will be as happy as I am with the final design.

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