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December 22, 2008



Welcome back from oblivion. Aren't you glad I didn't guest post more than once. I could have put up all kinds of pictures I have of you...enter evil laugh.

Robin~Thrifty Miss Priss

So happy you are back to civilization! Now you can blog/write/buy in comfort!
I wouldn't worry about the email situation...just hit delete and start over! Kind of like wipe the slate clean...a new year.....and blame it on your computer crash of 08!

Jen Duncan

I couldn't be happier for you and YOUR BACK that you finally got a laptop! I wonder--is the one that died last week the same one we were trying to revive almost three years ago? Yegods...if so; you sure put that off a loooong time! Well, even tho you 'don't do blogs' you should go check mine. Maybe it'll help you think up something to post tomorrow. :-)

Tina Wright

Yea! your not floating around in the REAL world all the time Christmas to ya!

Laura Duet

Merry Christmas Donna!!! Hope you have lots of special time with your family!



You can buy a little smart card reader that plugs right into the USB port on your computer and easily load pictures from your camera card to your computer. They range in price from $15-$20 dollars and you can buy them at any store that carries computers or cameras...Circuit City, Ritz Camera etc.

lisa baggett

Don't worry....I just go a new Mac Notebook and I am in the same boat. Just learning one thing at a time. I had Windows XP/Vista on my old computer and it wasn't too bad. Just take the pressure off and it will come.


Hi love to read your post --
my friend + Dawn at -
she is in somerset studio etc --
uses muslin to print on -- I have used the sheets you buy - and they are expensive -- others say -- iron onto freezer paper --
She just irons fabric,(muslin ) (cuts it a little larger than the paper - spray glues a piece of printer paper - adheres - lets dry -- trims -then puts in printer -- I am trying it today !!-- see her blog - she was sending something fabric jenny Doh had requested --hope this helps -- Kathy - ga

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