The main menu links you to Home, About, Contact, and this page.
The secondary menu is seen when you scroll to the top.
- Triple lines – follow button, categories, archives
- Chains – social media/connect
- Magnifying glass – search bar
Here is an index of the site’s categories:
Where I file my thoughts on social issues
Bible and Prayer
Lessons and learnings about reading the Bible and the discipline of prayer
Character & Leadership
Insights on being a better person and a better leader
The entire blog is a creative product, but here I endow my writeups more flavor than usual; poetry and prose; creative projects; blog prompts/challenges
Heiress of His Promise
Here I talk about faith
Many times other writers say it better than I could so I reblog their works ♡
Photography & Digital Art
A virtual gallery
I believe that being human is being relational
Reviews & Feedbacks
Sharing my experiences about on places, products, and services
Recently, I synced my tumblr posts since 2012
The blog theme has a layout that really highlights the photos I use–whether as a header or part of the content. As much as possible, I want to use my own photos on my posts. But sometimes, I just don’t have the right one.
Thankfully we have websites that allow us to download and use photos under a Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. Photographers all over the world share their compositions and allow others (even complete strangers!) to use the photos for free, for any personal or commercial purpose. Attribution is not required for photos under this license. Props to Pexels.com (which I usually use) for the great inventory of CC0-licensed photos!
For photos that have certain restrictions in use, you’ll see the attributions. For photos that are mine, you’ll see short descriptions such as location or even specific photo information. If you don’t see anything at the bottom of a photo, a blog post, or blog page, it simply means the original photo (usually the header) isn’t mine, but is under a CC0 license. Let’s all be more careful about these things, ayt? 🙂