Behind the scenes
We have been pretty quiet here lately. We spent the weekend doing a little computer housekeeping. On Friday night, I finally set up my Etsy shop. (Please take a minute to add me to your favorites, Etsy fans!)
I was so motivated, I spent all of yesterday cleaning up our iMac. I thought my pictures were my problems. Nope. The multiple duplicates of files from about five different computers. I deleted all of my NECTAC files without flinching. I have managed to move all of my files under one directory. What a relief!
In addition to the 22,000 pictures in iPhoto, I had countless pictures from my work computer files. I think that I have also added them to iPhoto. But for safe keeping I started uploading them to Flickr. I hope to finally organize them so that I can easily find pictures from Alexis and Blake’s wedding before their fifth anniversary. I started a book for them way back when. Maybe we will manage to edit and order it by April.
Tonight I spent a fair bit of time working on my blog. It’s going to be a full web site/blog update. I am getting very close and hope to post it this week. Henry and I even took our respective laptops to Rocky’s to work while watching football and discussing Gabe’s trip to Thailand.
Now Lucy and I are back home. She is sleeping and I’m searching for the History Channel. I turned Henry’s dad on to Madhouse last week. Madhouse is a reality tv show set in my hometown.
I went to elementary school with two of the stars, Burt and Jason Myers. Even then their names were synonymous with racing.
The first week I saw my elementary school; last week, my doctor. Who knows what will show up this week. So yes, all of these people talk like me. No, I do not like racing. But this is where it all started, so it is pretty entertaining. Antonio loved the cars and Martina said they seemed like nice people from the country. I think she maybe misses her country roots, as well.
Catch Madhouse Sunday nights at 10. And don’t forget to add my Etsy store to your favorites!!!