the carousal that is chaotically on — choosing blog themes

I think people have noticed. I change my blog theme. A LOT. Dangerous close to an instability. It’s because I like themes like the retired Vigilance; where writing is a focus but the graphics are crisp and tactile even if one has the minimalist background and is monochromatic. However, I get a aesthetic dissatisfaction afterContinue reading “the carousal that is chaotically on — choosing blog themes”

censorship boaerd

  sometimes my heart feels broken by the avoidance of the cracks of perfection but by my constant tutoring and coerced adhesion to a smoothness that is deemed, fit and proper… shrouded and glared by an apotheosis of tears rather than an apotheosis of blood, sweat and spirituality — my teachings from religion squandered by theContinue reading “censorship boaerd”

Crossing a 100 followers :D

  When I started this blog at around 2007/08 I did so because I was experimenting with blog types. During that time the most popular blog services included My Space and Blogspot/Blogger and were considered to be efficient. Actually, this was true. WordPress was a minimal service provider at best. It had very limited themes that wereContinue reading “Crossing a 100 followers :D”

a look at construction

  sometimes, I think people think that I am pretender, — pretentious, vacuous and pretty adjoined to the denotations of “high culture” and abstracted, precluded from the the “low culture” — cultural lows and highs are obviously constructed as the plant life fertilization; what is “good” for “health” is obviously manufactured sporadically — can weContinue reading “a look at construction”

Writing Communities Connect Bloggers Across

Originally posted on The Blog:
We blog because we have something we want to express and we hope it will resonate with someone else. Blogging enables us to build powerful connections with people we might have never met otherwise. There are lots of blogging communities and challenges aimed at fostering those relationships and inspiring…

12 Things You Should Never, Ever Say to a School Counselor

Originally posted on The School Counselor Kind:
I became inspired to write this post after reading an article from Upworthy entitled, “12 Things You Should Never, Ever Say to Teachers.” As an elementary school counselor, I’ve heard some whacky things from people who don’t really understand what my job is. Some are infuriating, some are…