Sunday, January 10, 2010

What A Game!

I watched the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers in their playoff game. Wow what a game! It was a high scoring shootout, with the final score 51-45. The Cards won in overtime in what was a real nailbiter. It was a good game, though.

I really need to find something new to knit. I worked on Queen Anne's Lace today, and am about halfway through chart 4. No photos yet, though. I just haven't taken any. I'm really wanting to find something new --non lace-- to cast on. I really want to get back to working on my blankie, but I'm out of yarn. I mean, I'm not totally out of yarn, but all the sock yarn I have has already been added to it. I want to get at least half way through before I start adding duplicate squares, and I need quite a bit of yarn to get there.

This is the most recent photo of it, and it was taken back in June.

Well, that's about it for today. I actually had something I wanted to post, but right now, I can't remember what it is. The blog seems to have suffered since I got my laptop. If Calliope doesn't like keyboards, Calliope really doesn't like laptops. I suppose I need to spend more time at my desktop, if I want to keep the blog going.

I finally got the program installed so that I can download my photos from my camera to the desktop, but now I need an editing program. I use my HP photo editing software on my desktop, but I don't think I can install it on my laptop because I have Vista on it. I suppose I could try--if I could find the disc. Or I could just go to the HP website and see if there is an update there. Yeah, I think I'll do that. I need to do something, though. When I started my blog, I wanted to have lots of photos on it. Now, it seems I hardly take any, much less post them. I have to get back to that.

Well, for not having anything to say, I sure rambled a lot. Return To Cranford is on PBS. I really want to watch it, but I'm not sure I can stay awake for it. This getting up at 4:30 is the pits.

2 comments:

Sus said...

Depending upon what you need to do, I recommend FastStone Image Viewer/Editor. It's not super fancy, and you can't do things like add text boxes or anything, but if you just want to crop, resize, sharpen, removed redeye, etc. etc., then it's a great, free, open source resource and I adore it. You can read more about it and download at http://download.cnet.com/FastStone-Image-Viewer/3000-2192_4-10324485.html .

Becky said...

Thanks, Sus. I'll check into that.

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