Saturday, 7 November 2009

I apologise if I appear rude...

Remember when this went pear shaped a good few months back? Well I have only just got it back a few weeks ago. I don't like it when things go pear shaped because they never really come back quite the same. And my whizz bang computer hasn't. I usually do all my emaily stuff through Outlook, but for some reason it now won't accept emails from my ISP. Which also means that when I try to send someone an email to thank them for commenting on my, what are becoming really boring posts, I can't. In fact now I can't do lots of things on my flash not very old computer, who's warranty had expired which made Dell not want to help me at all. (But that's a whole new post, and not the right forum for venting my immense frustration at off shore call centre's)
So dear readers, and you're a loyal bunch for hanging in there and reading my blog and leaving really nice comments, I apologise if you feel neglected for not getting a wee follow up email. I'm not ignoring you honestly. I am usually sitting in front of this computer muttering bad words under my breath, about how much you pay for these things, and then they just ... break.

Which leads me nicely to this...

My shiny new friend in the sewing room, who looks remarkably like the last one, who (insert a slightly demented laugh) also went pear shaped. (Can you see a theme occurring here, or is it just me?)
And because I'm a glutton for punishment, let me introduce you to a couple more additions to the creative space.
Dymo the labeller, which I spent my birthday money on, because I have been wanting one of these babies forever.

And Victoria Lynn, the Crystal Crafter. Its a thingy that you can attach Swarovski Crystals to almost anything. My sister Lee bought it for me for my birthday in October. I can't wait to be let loose with that either.

I've already registered the warranty's on them, so ... fingers crossed!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Isn't technology wonderful.... until it won't work properly? You're a girl after my own heart - I love gadgets, sorry - tools, and you have some good ones there. Have never seen the Crystal Crafter (my girls discovered Swarovski the other day - they can dream) - looking forward to seeing what you do with it. I never reply to your lovely comments so my apologies if I seem rude - they are much appreciated and it's nice knowing you're out there.