To use the words of a iconic Australian poem, "there was movement at the" blog........ And about time too. I have the most patient friend in the world who spent the best part of one of her precious child free days, with me and my children who were already on holidays ( how does that work? the higher the school fees the more holidays!) helping her technology challenged, blonde, getting more senior by the moment friend! There was some overdue tweaking to be done, and it wouldn't have been possible with out her. Thank you my dear friend, you continue to take the inspiration out of the studio and into technology. Not once through the process did I hear so much as a sigh as she added the blog banner she whipped up without access to any of my photos other than those on past posts, no eye rolls did I see as I tried not one or two, but many different colour combinations before settling on the current ones. I am indeed lucky. Thank you Ursula.
I can even leave you now with photos that look centred! Who would have thought that by unticking the "wrap text" box one of my greatest frustrations would be solved! I am a reluctant learner of technology, but understand that if I don't get on the bus I will be left wayyyyyyyy behind. I feel constantly frustrated and limited by my knowledge and can't believe the speed with which my children move around this technology, but as my wise husband says " they are natives to the technology, we are immigrants" - I guess I have a little more of the local lingo to pick up yet!
On an enjoyment note this is a must see film moving and though provoking with some wonderful acting.
OK, so maybe I haven't got the centering perfect yet, but it is a start. This amazing box of colour comes all the way from France. They are the most wonderfully flavoured sweets . They taste like the smell of flowers. I just think they are divine. They were a gift to my daughter from some friends who have just returned from Paris. They said the whole shop was lined with boxes of different colours. They taste as good as they look.