Monday, June 1, 2009

Yeehaa! happy dance! My computer is home!

I'm here! My computer is finally home! I am sooo far behind on all things internet but I am looking forward to attempting to catch up over the next week or so.
If there is anything to have been gained from this torture session (really...I now know why the threat of being banned from the computer works so well on kids!) its that I have learnt 3 things...1) I really, really enjoy the blogging circle we have here and the ability to surf blogs, way more than I knew before! 2) I like to read real books in the sun...I've read collage books, paper-making books, illustration books and many recipe books (yep, I've even preserved fruit and become a baking spray convert!) and 3) My world is almost paperless (not including art supplies of course...) almost every address, art swap detail and recipe/gardeners note are somewhere on this computer! While paperless is good for the planet its not very good when your paperless option suddenly goes to the shop! Real diary's are good as I have discovered! I was a bit like a fish out of water for the first few weeks!


So...now that I'm back I can visit you...and I hope to do that very soon!

6 comments:

Mick said...

Welcome back, Lisa. What did you read while basking in the sun?

The Gossamer Woman said...

Welcome back, Lisa. It's good to see you here again. Don't worry too much about catching up. It would take an awful lot of your precious time. Start creating, woman!

Maya said...

Welcome back to technology!

Vanessa said...

Awesome news... your plugged in again!
Vanessa

John said...

good day, indeed....hey

Debrina said...

Hooray! You're back in the real world...lol! I love your collages, btw. Had a real good look at them tonite. Fabulous and love the fact that someone with such talent is not that far away!! How's the weather in the Naki, btw? It's been fricken freezn' in the Manawatu here - frosts almost every morning! Hey, we need to meet up one day and have a collage/mised media day! Makin, creatin and I'll do the bakin!