abby commented on my next to last post and said something that was so relevant and i think you all need to read it:
Constructive criticism may not be meant to be put in a way that makes the receiver of it feel bad, but sometimes that's what happens. That's why you have to be extremely careful with your words, that's when holding your tongue on some things comes in, and you have to let it go. I think constructive criticism is great! But when given the wrong way, it does absolutely nothing to construct, and instead demolishes.I see nothing wrong with your photos - I see the blur as intended, I see the grain as your own style. Maybe they're not some other popular blogger's photos, but they're yours, Jocee, and they're unique in the best way possible, and they're special, and they're beautiful.
Why anonymous always strikes at you I don't know. But hold your head up, dear, because not everyone is going to like everything you do, and that's no reason at all to quit. :-)
i'm just going to shut up and let this sink in, because i think i, and everyone, should let the quiet put things where they need to be [credit: perks of being a wallflower]. on a different note, i found a pinecone at school the other day and i'm playing around with this tutorial. but more on that later. and now, back to your regularly scheduled posting.
-kiss kiss kiss, it's easier to pine-