Blog Update

I haven’t messed with this for a while, so I figured it was about time I updated this. It’s a pretty big change. First, the theme is different. This might change yet again, as I haven’t decided if I like it or not.

Second, I got rid of the “schedule” since we all know that I just don’t have one right now.

Third, I messed with the categories. I want to do more posts on food and parenting, which is to say, any posts on food or parenting. I’d also like to write more on writing, but that didn’t fit my “f” theme I had going on the menu bar. I dunno, that might be a little too cute. That might go away.

Only thing I haven’t done? Written a blog post. I guess that means I should do that at some point…


August 17, 2011 · 2:29 pm
  • teri

    I think the F thing you have going on is lovely. I would recommend changing About to FAQ or Facts… or something. Haven’t thought of one for home.

  • Chad

    Writing = Formulations
    Home = Flop or Flat (hmmm…maybe not) Maybe Foundation?
    About = I like Facts.

    Oh yes, and very nice redesign.

  • Chad

    Oh – and I got an error when posting my comment. Something about WP_Prowl. Yes, I’m very helpful with the error messages and all. 🙂

  • Chad

    Last one I promise!
    Here is your error message (since I can’t edit my own comment):
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class Prowl in /home/pyrusj/ on line 4

  • admin

    May have fixed that, thanks Chad. Testing…

    Still not sure about the f thing.

  • admin

    Whoops, that broke something else. Trying again.

    Edit: Works now!

  • human

    Hey admin,

    how did you fixed that prowl error? i have the same problem and i search now for a solution.


  • admin

    Human, in my case, I had two plugins using Prowl both trying to declare the Prowl class and messing each other up. Check for any updates on your plugins and disable any you don’t really need first, then if you have to try editing one of the plugins and changing the name of the Prowl class to something else (you’ll also have to change all references to that class to the new name).

    That’s not a great fix, as it’ll break again if/when you update that plugin, but it’ll get you up and running while you look for other options to do what you’re wanting to do.