A Fresh Design   
 You’ll notice the layout of my blog has changed significantly.  Now that I’ve been writing this blog for a couple of months, I wanted to provide easier access to previous posts and have a better layout for viewing all the content.  So I decided to upgrade to a more customizable “theme” that could provide this and  also  properly support the new external function I’ve just installed -  Google Translator .  I want to write in other languages besides English, but I also do not want my English followers to be left out of what I decide to share.  So now you can just click on that “Translate” button you see in the top-left corner of the page, and translate into whatever language you prefer.  Google’s Translator is quite powerful, but don’t expect perfect translations; it doesn’t know everything  yet . 
 You will also notice the list of “Likes” along the side of the page.  This is the Tumblr blog engine’s way of spreading popular content among its network of blogs.  There’s a lot of great content from other Tumblr bloggers, so if I find something I like, it will show up here.  Feel free to follow the links yourself.  Be curious, you never know what you might discover!

A Fresh Design

You’ll notice the layout of my blog has changed significantly.  Now that I’ve been writing this blog for a couple of months, I wanted to provide easier access to previous posts and have a better layout for viewing all the content.  So I decided to upgrade to a more customizable “theme” that could provide this and also properly support the new external function I’ve just installed - Google Translator.  I want to write in other languages besides English, but I also do not want my English followers to be left out of what I decide to share.  So now you can just click on that “Translate” button you see in the top-left corner of the page, and translate into whatever language you prefer.  Google’s Translator is quite powerful, but don’t expect perfect translations; it doesn’t know everything yet.

You will also notice the list of “Likes” along the side of the page.  This is the Tumblr blog engine’s way of spreading popular content among its network of blogs.  There’s a lot of great content from other Tumblr bloggers, so if I find something I like, it will show up here.  Feel free to follow the links yourself.  Be curious, you never know what you might discover!