Perhaps “Transmogrification”?

A Sleeping Orchard

I can’t believe how many music artists/musicians have produced albums with names like “Metamorphosis” and “Rebirth” and “The Comeback.” I suppose their livelihood does depend on reinvention, but even us regular kids need to be renewed and re-imagined.

…Anyways, if I were a pop star, this post would be named something like that. This week I purchased a domain name and signed up with a web server, and I’m going to step back from blogging for a bit in order to spend time designing the new website. It will serve primarily as an online portfolio that I can use for job interviews, but I’ll be stepping my posts up in quality as well when I get back. Back with a brand new look, of course.

I do have a few posts up my sleeve that I’ll post here and there, so stick around!

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2 Responses to “Perhaps “Transmogrification”?”


  1. 1 Naomi January 27, 2011 at 3:29 am

    Good luck to you! Also, that is a lovely photo – did you take it?

  2. 2 Cole January 28, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    Nope, unfortunately I haven’t had time to be wandering through snowy orchards :). This is a stock image


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