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Sorry for having to ask this, but I've searched around and can't find it on my own. How does one customize one's avatar? I didn't see any field on my account page. It's probably me.. my wife accuses of me of never being able to find ANYTHING, and ... well.... she's "righter" than I'd like to admit.

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P.S. .... Never mind. I found it.. all by myself! My wife will be so proud!

I was trying to find it on the account page that comes up when you click on your name. It's up on the left-most top menu under "User CP" for anyone else confused. Sorry to take up forum space. I couldn't figure out how to delete this post, so I had to edit it. Guess I have something ELSE to look for now...

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No worries. It can be confusing.
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Good looking hound there bblument.
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Thanks, Caleb. That's one of his baby pictures.. he's five years old now. He's our third German Shepherd, although that's hard to tell from the pic. Our first one was a huge gentle giant, 130 lbs of pure muscle, with the standard tan and black shepherd coloring, that lived to be 11; he was named Bill after my favorite pianist, Bill Evans. When he passed, we adopted a black shepherd who was an eternal puppy but always wonderfully behaved; we named him Mingus after Charlie Mingus, the bassist. When he passed suddenly at the age of 10 (undiagnosed pancreatic tumor that exploded), it broke our hearts and we weren't sure we could go through that again. Time heals, though, and life without a Shepherd just wasn't the same, so we adopted Mel, the dog in the pic. Mel's EXTREMELY bright (translation... a giant PITA) and needs to be kept busy, but he's a ton of fun, too. He's the smallest of the three we've had, at about 90 pounds, and is a white shepherd with a cream/champagne saddle. To complete the rhythm section, we needed a drummer, so we named him after Mel Lewis..

And now .... you know.... the REST of the story....

Mel... meet Caleb and the rest of the crew..... Caleb and Crew.... Mel.

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