There are so many things I want to post about, but I have no time. Or, well, really, just little bits of time. I am slowly recovering data from my crash. Each day I have spent an hour or two just reinstalling lost programs. I didn't think I had that much, but even the little I had takes a while. As I do this, I have time to reevaluate each program and upgrade. Plus I'm learning tips on how to back up. One step at a time.
Since we have visitors, and for various reasons I wasn't able to implement Cousin Activity Plan A (CAP A), I'm going with CAP B, which I am making up on the fly.
This new plan involves gelli printing and a Carla Sonheim on-line class. I love her artistic sensibility, so I'm always glad to do her classes. She is hosting a variety of classes on her web-site (I think I have her listed already in the sidebar), and I'd been eyeing this one, so when you have some teenagers to entertain, why not gelli-print.
It's a good thing I didn't start before. This is totally addicting. It's all I can do not to muscle teenagers out of the way. Or maybe I did. There may have been a slight scuffle. Don't believe anything they say, they're teenagers.
(I didn't do this one, but I LOVE it.)
And this just makes me think of the spray paint languishing in the corner. There are really not enough hours in the day.
All this and I haven't finished my Spain journal, or just you wait till I post Pamphlet #7 tomorrow, and there is still binding I did weeks ago waiting, tugging on my apron. All this and really, I have weeding and sorting and cleaning and bookkeeping.