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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Just a little update. I'm feeling almost back to normal, which is good. My computer is not. Hubby says it needs a new video card. So for the last few days, I've been lurking out here in blog land by using the Wii. Not a very effiecnt way to surf the web or to replay, but we got to do what we got to do. Today, Hubby set up his extra computer, the itty-bitty Mac. This little guy makes my old tower look like the sears tower, compared to a Honda Civic. But boy is the keyboard a dream and it's such a cute and pretty little thing!

I have been working on some quilting, but slowly. The first day I felt a little better, I made new coasters for the coffee table, but that was about all I could handle. I also made a little quilt to cover my messy shelf, that took me 2 days to make a 34 X 32 quilt. Ridiculous!

So why aren't I showing these things to you? Well the Mac hasn't been introduced to my hard disk and that is where all my pics are. Hopefully this weekend we will sort out my computer problems and maybe my car...
Not have my car work is the most difficult thing to get use to! My list to santa is a biggy this year!

So take care you all, and just remember, I may still be out there lurking so watch what you say!


Linda said...

Well sounds like you are making a full recovery. Too funny comparing your tower to the Sears Tower! When we went from a PC to a Mac, I couldn't get over how much space we have now. Sometimes it's the small stuff that take so long! I can't wait to see your coasters. The pumpkin ones Thelma won were great. I loved them! I was wondering who was looking at my blog through the Wii. LOL! That's great! That's dedication, girl!!

Carrie P. said...

So sorry you are having problems with your computer and your health. Good to hear you are getting better. Just takes time.
Thanks for showing the brown bag show. Great quilts.

Diane H said...

Hi Brandie, glad your feeling better. Hope to 'see' you soon. Happy Holidays!