Roh? You Crochet? Have you ever tatted? My oldest sister, that passed away, was really good at all needle crafts. She picked up knitting and crochet before she was 10 and was so good at it, our great, great aunt taught her to tat. My sister was the only person I knew that could whip out a 12" lace doily in a single morning.
Kali, how old are you? Early or mid twenties, right? So 8 years ago would put you right about the "bedazzling" age. LOL So, yeah, I can see you doing this sort of stuff. Try again. It's a good weekend thing to do when it's really hot outside.
Snack 3 Pumpkin pie smoothie ************ I've been following our weather forecasts for the next two weeks. Over 100 every single day. Today started out at a really nice 78 at 6am, but already now(at 845) , it's nearing 90. Every day it's like this I pray that people remember their babies and pets in their cars.
Helene, If you find an image that you like on the web, about half the time you can just rt click on the image and hit "copy" when the window comes up... then come here, open a discussion or reply and then rt clik again and hit "paste" from your pop up window. That works only IF the image is not copywrited. If it is, then you can't copy it. I usually googe "something or other" images... like Healthy Rainbow Foods images... once the page comes up, I find one I like, clik on it and do the above stuff. For facebook, it's a little more involved. You have to click the image, right click it and Save As (into your documents as a jpeg or whatever) ... then on your fb section, you have to clik "add photo", then find it in your documents, Open it.... then it shows up on your fb discussion.
If you are using images that you have downloaded into your own computer, then you just "add photo" on fb and do the same as you would with an outside sourced image.
Opposite if you want to add your own image here on wmd. Put your image onto fb , shown to "only you" , instead of shared. Click on it, to bring it up into its own page, then rt clik, copy, then paste it here onto an open discussion.
Nice to see you again, I hope all is going well for you.
Kali, I'm sorry you have been feeling run down. Are you taking your neonatal vitamins? Maybe try to cut down on breads as much as you can and get in more fruits and veggies. Even if you have to have them in smoothie form for your stomach. I know that when I eat too much processed bread/bread products, I get very very tired.
Can't wait to hear how the little bean is growing in there.
Hi Judy, glad you are back. I saw your post as I was about to do it, and went back to bed. Today is going to be a slow day and I'm ready for it. But wanted to say that I'm glad you got to see your relatives, but sorry that the weather wasn't exactly balmy. Last week, Alex had all 4 of his wisdom teeth extracted. Only 2 were actually through the gumline, so it was considered surgery. Anyhow, because of that, I ended up having Gage for 10-12 hour shifts on 4 of the 5 work days , along with Anna, it wore me down pretty bad.