Wednesday, August 12, 2009

thinking bout changing my blog...

I have been thinking about changing my blog name. The title, I mean.
When I first started the blog,"earthensoul" I was in a full-time pottery degree class. I also had a tiny Lilly grant that funded my first semester, so, I wanted to write about the connections with clay, earth, and my soul, spirit, faith.

I love that. but did you know that "earthensoul" is some weird character on some weird witchy (don't get me wrong, I love Wiccans) game site...and also a new-agy name for spirituality and childbirth site....

So, this is my question. If I switch to a different blog, do I go away from Blogger? Can I still be a revgal? How does that work?
Is there a better "blog" program that I would like? Would I know the difference?

I am thinking of two names: Broken Bowl and con Alma (which means with soul) or La Tierra con Alma which is earth with soul in Spanish, but I don't really speak Spanish.

I am not good at this naming stuff.

Opine away!


Mompriest said...

You can change your blog title and still retain blogger and RevGals. You may have to let Songbird know so she can send you the code for the new blog and introduce it at the meet and greet. Some folks use typepad, but i think there is a monthly fee for that site? If you use blogger you'll still have the name RevJkarla, that seems harder to change.

Blogger lets you create a new blog while retaining this one. You can try a new out and just stop using this one by having a post on this site with a link to the new one. (Does that make sense?)...

Broken Bowl is an interesting name....broken open to be made whole again?

Songbird said...

You can also just change the title without changing the URL. Mine are not the same, and that's true for many of us. And mompriest is right, whether you change the title or switch platforms, we'll just change your RevGal info. As long as you're not doing it as a means of going private, we can also re-introduce you so people know where to find you!

Anonymous said...

The Potter's Hand

“Then the word of the LORD came to me, saying, / O house of Israel, cannot I do with you as this potter? saith the LORD. Behold, as the clay is in the potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand, O house of Israel.”

revkjarla said...

look at who is the bible scholar now!! thanks J!

yes, MP, I was thinking broken, whole...

SB, that's good idea just to change the title and not mess with the url.