Saturday, 27 June 2009

Oh, my laptop got a makeover!

In my last post I showed you what accommodation looked like, when we went for a weekend away.Apparently, judging by the this picture we got the honeymoon suite.



Some buttercups!


Big old oak tree!

(Can you tell I have not posted pictures in a looonnng time, just random!)

Well, thanks to all the lovely comments and suggestions about fox fire, I bit the bullet and went for it! Oh my, it does make my computer look gooood! Sort of like Pimp my laptop!

It still takes ages for my photos to upload, but at least I know they are actually doing it, and I can read all your blogs and they are not blocking me! To be honest, when it first started happening, I thought people were deleting me from follower lists and I thought, "Oh god, what have I done now?" I was relieved to know that this seems to be a common theme amongst others, and everybody said Go foxfire! So I did, (God knows how I didn't mess that one up! I did something like that before and deleted the actual start up for the computer! Also it was someone else's computer, which was a shame! Why did they ask me anyway? They obviously never read my blog.)



I can upload again, just not very well, and the pictures above are random snippets from wales, but due to the hangover achieved from the night before, did not get too many shots, it hurt my ears to even lift a camera. All better now though and can't wait to get back into the swing of blogging! Here goes nothing! Hope you are all well!

3 comments:

Hibiscus Moon said...

Excellent pics. Good to hear that you can interact online again.

Mel said...

Yippee!! Glad you're back....

And it does make Ye Olde Computere quite fancy doesn't it?

Dream With the Fishes said...

Lovely photos! I find that first one just charming. That's just the kind of place I'd have found a joy to play in all day long as a child. But if it's an indication of your weekend accomodations...not such a good thing. Unless you're out to rough it. The oak tree is magnificent!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm impressed that you're studying cloud formations for weather forecasting! I work outdoors often, street vending, and this is an invaluable skill to me. I've come to the point where I place absolutely no stock on the weather forecasts from the TV news and online (they all contradict eachother most of the time and, somehow, they're usually all wrong, too). If I knew how to look up at the clouds and figure it out myself, I'd probably save myself alot of grief.