I do not live in Kyoto, although perhaps I have in some distant past life. And… I am sure I will in the not too distant future. It is a city with which I feel an amazing affinity and am drawn to, like no where else in the World. Thank you, Mohamad, for allowing me to indulge in sharing my experience of Kyoto for the series, Around the World.
This post might be more for those who are into CSS and with a WordPress premium plan. As I mentioned earlier, I like to keep my design the same on all platforms and themes I use. That’s, the blue banner with rounded logo, menu & search box at top, boxed posts, and rounded widgets at right side.
There is a misconception that when you tell someone that you live in the New York, they immediately think of New York City. New York is actually a geographic and culturally diverse state. I don’t live in New York City. I live in what we call Upstate New York or more specifically, the Capital District. We are called the Capital District because our State’s Capital, Albany, is located here.
I just wanted to thank all who nominated me for awards here on WordPress. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to post about each immediately. But your nomination means a lot to me and I’m really honored. I also thank those who invented such idea to foster communication among members of this amazing community.
Locals call it the “Wet Sahara”, a bronze expanse of muddy sands stretching as far as the eye can see, snaking into spiral patterns, light dancing off scattered pools; overhung by a sky straight from a William Blake painting – perpendicular shafts of silver breaking from between the pregnant clouds.
Hello, everybody. I’m Renata and I was kindly asked by Mohamad to write the first post in his series of articles reviewing Wordpress Themes. I’m a newbie in the beautiful world of blogging and I’m humbled by Mohamad’s invitation. I hope you enjoy my remarks regarding the Olsen Light theme. You are more than welcome to share your experiences in the comment section.
My experience with the Olsen Light theme
Molweni (which means “hello” to a group of people in Xhosa, one of our official languages)
Firstly, thank you Mohamad, for inviting me to share “My Africa” on your “Around the World Series”. I am honored that you chose me.
I would like to introduce myself; My name is Ally and I was born in Nairobi, Kenya. I did most of my schooling in Zimbabwe. My father was an Engineer and we moved around a lot. I have lived in a total of twelve places from East Africa right down to the southernmost tip of Africa: Cape Town. So I guess that makes me an African of British descent.