That's what you have been experiencing while I have been driving myself a little nutzo changing the template and all that goes with it.
For you see, the females in my family tend to have very strong opinions about those large issues of life... politics, religion, educational choices... and which British actress played Miss Marple the best on PBS. But when it comes to those rather unimportant bits and pieces of life... we can be somewhat wishy washy.
For instance, when Stephanie still lived in the same town, we would meet for lunch and spend the first five minutes or so deciding where to eat. The conversation usually went, "Well, where do you want to go? I don't care, where do you want to go? Are you hungry for anything special? No, how about you?" This didn't happen when the guys were with us.
There is only one female I know in my family whose personality caused the gene not to stick and that is my sister, Jean. For, you see, Jean was and is and has been what I call the... B.O.S.S. Which is, Bossy Oldest Sister Syndrome. Jean has definite views about everything. Jean is not the oldest of the original kids (as I was the only child of my parent's marriage in their 40s... Mom's first husband having died in his 30s) but she is the oldest girl.
One of her favorite stories to tell me has to do with the last time all the girls (except me, I lived in a different state and had a new baby at the time) were back in town visiting our mother. Our mother and three of our sisters were standing by Mom's car and um... discussing... where to go for lunch. The conversation was going much the same as with Stephanie and I making that same decision.
Jean tells me she took the keys from our mother and had her sit in the passenger seat, pushing our three sisters in the back seat and informing them she'll decide where they are going and if they don't like it, it is there own fault! What was so funny (to both Jean and me) is that they all did as they were told without saying a thing.
Jean doesn't go near a computer since Uncle Gibby passed away. I could have used her opinion about the template.