Thursday, September 27, 2012

I need Advice.

Okay, folks, I'm planning a scene where I use animals to represent the personalities of various characters. I have pegged almost all of the characters, but two remain. I need ideas for them.

For character 1: I want an animal that is commonly perceived as dangerous, but really isn't.
For character 2: An animal that is commonly perceived as safe, but is really quite dangerous.

Try as my might, I'm still scratching my head with those two characters. No, I'm not telling you who they are, though. He. He.


Also, lots of other blogs that I've seen have these things called buttons. You know, those things that your fans can steal and brag to the world that they follow you? Free advertising?

Well, I'd like one ... and I have a pretty good idea of what I want, but I'm not sure how to manipulate blogger into putting in those little text boxes for people to highlight and copy/past, nor am I quite sure how to do something that small. A large header was one thing, but a small button is another. If anyone is interested in helping with that, could you please send me an email? Thanks!


  1. Hmm... I'd say for character one a wolf. Usually seen as dangerous, but once trust is earned, they can be some of the most loyal animals.

    Character two... that's a little harder. Something deemed safe, but rather dangerous... an elephant, maybe?

    My sisters (Jessa Bri and Beth Grace) and I have had some experience with blog buttons, so if you'd like, we can try to help you out in that respect. It's a little tricky at first, but you can soon get the hang of it.

  2. A donkey apoears to be a safe and sweet looking animal; however, they have a nasty bite and kick. Also, a goose, though harmless looking, can beat a person unmercifully with its wings and they have a nasty pinching bite. Vicci

  3. Thanks! The wolf works on so many levels ... and I have no idea why a goose hadn't occurred to me ... although I think I'll use a swan ... slightly more majestic.

    And I would very much appreciate the help, Kiri!


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