Monday, May 23, 2005

wha happen'd?

Seems like I've lost my sidebars.... attempting to republish in order to get them back. oops

Figured it out.... damn links.


april said...

fyi the reason you lost ur side bar is beacuse the previous pics u posted were too big. the side bar will move back up after a few more post of only words or smaller pics. For future pics u can change the size that pics will display in if u realy want the sidebar to remain at the top of the page.

april said...

oh yeah and good luck with the bun :)

bunmaster said...

Hey thanks April!

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