I have the flu, this gives me time to remember my blogs. I am very inconsistent with this blog mainly because it's is old. I mean I started it 17 years ago or something and it's not really for you, it's for me. It is the old school blog. The here are my thoughts blog. I actually forgot to renew the dang thing... Oops. But, I did and here it is in all of its dusty glory for No one to read!
Yes, I stopped updating this blog regularly because it really was a weird personal project that I later tried to turn into a blog that kind of went sideways on me. Two, I had too many other projects on the fire. I take full responsibility for the fact that I haven't been posting, so let's switch gears! The news is that I have rebranded a school group project! and although it is separate from this site, I will figure out a way to post the posts to both sites! But, incase you would like to check out…
Interesting short article on the areas, languages and people of Uganda. People and their culture The culture of Uganda is made up of a diverse range of ethnic groups. Lake Kyoga forms the northern boundary for the Bantu-speaking people, who dominate much of East, Central, and Southern Africa. In Uganda, they include the Baganda and several other tribes. In the north, the Lango and the Acholi […] via culture of uganda — differentcultures in Africa.
I I have always had a weird fascination with abandoned buildings, so naturally anyone who posts about them gets my attention. Check the link for all the pictures on this photoblog! Amy Abandoned Southeast is a photoblog that documents the history and haunting beauty of abandoned buildings from Georgia to Louisiana, like the once-vibrant Booker T. Washington High School in New Orleans. via Toxic High School — Discover