Nice style. As an end user though, I'd have to point out:
- You can't really tell at first glance what the site is about. I assume it's your own personal site / blog / photo gallery / offer to do web design and so on. Try and get an idea in mind of who you're pitching to and then let the front page tell them what they want to know ... "Welcome to my personal website. Here I share my thoughts through my weblog (Blog), my galleries of photography ... etc ..."
- The links at left are big and cumbersome. You could easily fit all of these in one column, that can be viewed without needing to scroll.
- There are two links at the top of the screen "See my eBay items" and "See where we are". Why are these seperate? Can they go into the left column along with everything else? I'd assume by reading these two that you are probably a business, so why doesn't the main page tell me what business you're in?
- Try and get a consistent look throughout your site. Keep the links at the left the same style for all pages. The Blog page goes to a very different site, with different colours and fonts, for instance.
- Try and choose colours and fonts that are easier to read. Blue-ish on Blueish in times new roman is just plain ugly. Go for black text on bright backgrounds for preference, and use a contrasting scheme for your links bar at the left (White text on a dark background) so that its easy to see what's what. Splashes of pink here, red there and green somewhere else really make the site look awful.