Yesterday, Shimelle's Blogging For Scrapbookers prompt talked about the dangers of putting too much information voluntarily out there in cyberspace. I've mentioned this before, I know, but when I began blogging DH made it very clear that he didn't want to be identifiable in any way and we both agreed that DS shouldn't be, either.But what about … Continue reading Too Much Information?
Project Life. Bring. It. On.Amazingly, my kit has arrived from Canada! It took just under 2 weeks from ordering it to receiving it ~ incredible. And incredible it is; I truly have to say that I think it's the best ready-to-go-kit I've ever come across.I'll leave it to Becky to explain her own mindset to … Continue reading Project Life
You may have noticed that Shimelle Laine is re-running her hugely popular Blogging for Scrapbookers class again, followed up in April with a new and up to date sequel. As Amy put it so well, Shimelle's online classes are some of the best around. They are economical, they provide access to class materials, message boards and forums forever, they … Continue reading Blogging For Scrapbookers: Revisited
There's a whole world of filth and undesirable content floating around in cyberspace. There's also a whole world of wonderful stuff floating around in cyberspace and one such place is here.The lovely Deb at Paper Turtle (and her equally lovely daughter Carrie) has been organising a few of us to get together for an International Skype … Continue reading Using The Internet For Good
The wonderful Ali Edwards has added another template to her Thankful Thoughts series, which you can see and download from here.It's been a tough week here in suburbia ~ lots going on and none of it suitable for blogging. However, I do have a thankful thought this afternoon:We may still have more questions than answers, but it … Continue reading Thankful Thought: No. 2
This week has been a challenge, I can tell you! Seven photos of me, taken one a day over the last week.Here's what I learned:~ It's now obvious that I wear the same few clothes over and over, despite a full wardrobe.~ Regardless of the time of day, the light in our kitchen is rubbish.~ … Continue reading Yesterday & Today: Week 11
The idea with One Little Word this month is to be proactive. To put your OLW to use, to make it work for you. Given that my word is better, I wasn't quite sure how to go about this. And then it came to me. This month I have put plans in place for a weekend trip … Continue reading One Little Word: March