Survey Results

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAfter carefully considering your thoughtful survey comments (and thank you!)–I made a decision.

Um…I know it sounds a bit narcissistic, but I missed seeing my name up there on the blog title. So after all that head-scratching thinking, it’s back to Cathy C. Hall in the header.

And as much as I liked coming up with tag lines–and your input–I decided that I just needed to say I was a writer. But “Cathy C. Hall, Writer” lacked a certain…oh, what’s the dang word? Which made me immediately think of the dictionary! So I zipped right to it and there it was, the perfectly jazzed-up version of writer (and a fairly good description of …well, me):

(n.) a person engaged in writing books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation.

But I couldn’t just leave all that fishy thinking, floating about. And a wee bit of humor is always a fun hook. So if you’ll take a look over in the sidebar, you’ll see where it landed.

(And P.S. the now older and wiser Cathy C. Hall is trying out Carbonite as a way of storing her files. I’ll let you know how that goes. Also, I’m getting ready to take a shower. So…um, yeah. The blog could look totally different later. But the office aroma will definitely improve.)

7 thoughts on “Survey Results

  1. Hi Cathy! I waffled back and forth too between using my name or a catchy title. I decided to stick with my name. After all, it’s me I want people to find, and if they’re looking for me how would they know it when they found it. (That is a lot of me and I isn’t it?) 🙂

  2. Trust Sioux to get to the heart of the matter. I’d never thought of that before. 🙂 Glad you figured out what suits you, and as usual, it works perfectly. I always knew you were a hooker at heart. Hahaha!

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