Posted by: whimsigal | August 8, 2007

Sidetracked

Well, we’ve gotten a little off track of our original plan this week. Iain had a sudden resurgence of interest in the Wii game, “Super Paper Mario” and now he’s almost at the end of it. He has worked so hard to figure out the solutions to all the challenges in the game and I’m so proud of his ability to focus on it. See? He’s REALLY concentrating!

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I got a new lens for my camera and took a few pictures today, including the one above.

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I am really enjoying taking pictures!

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Responses

  1. Gorgeous!
    Hey! How did you get them to come through all clear and not fuzzy/funky through blogger?
    It can’t be the file, as it didn’t take that long to load up…
    What you doin, yo?!?, what you doin?
    (Remember that I am your freind through thick and thin, and that I would share such secrets with YOU!)
    🙂
    xxoo

  2. You know, I recently started uploading my pictures to flickr.com and then copying the html in the body of the post. You know on the edit html tab?

    That’s the only thing I can think of that I’ve done differently.

    Also, I got a new lens today that captures really sharp crisp images.

    You know, I don’t think you ever emailed me your homemade cleaner recipes! tsk, tsk!

  3. I know you have a new lens, and I admire it greatly!
    But there isn’t a “warbly” thing going on that’s comes up in blogger. I’m wondering if they’re better if loading them as “small”? I’ll have to check it out.
    I tried to put the link here, but it cut it off, and didn’t include all of it… I’ll try again…
    http://backyardcapers.com/enchantedliving/aroundthehouse/recipes.html

  4. hhmmmm. I can’t really say that I’ve noticed the warbly phenom that you mentioned. You mentioned loading them as small images. Are you using Flickr or are you using Blogger to upload your photos?

    If you upload your pics to flickr first, you can get the html code and copy it into the body of your post. It’s a million times quicker, easier to place the pictures in your post, and it allows you to preview it with your pics without having to upload anything. Does that make sense?


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