Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Just Let Me Read

Today was Library Day for me. It was also the last day our Phoenix branch will be open it the temp building. They will be closed for two weeks and reopen in the new building about five blocks further down the same street on February 4th.

I hung out there for an hour longer than my business required. I was feeling nostalgic. I took my new camera and got pictures of the inside. I was hoping to post some tonight but I still don't know how to get them off he camera to the laptop. I forgot to ask Ed for help before he went to bed. He is going to be a bit exasperated about it because he has already coached me through the process once. But I tried to do it on my own with the room pictures last week and got stuck half way through the process and not sure what to do thought it better to do nothing. I had hoped that Ed would coach me through it again but he just did it for me while I was in the other room.

I could probably teach myself to do it if I could find the manual that came with the camera. But that is in one of the boxes I still need to sort.

I will be posting more room do-over pictures for my TT tomorrow. I had hoped to get that ready to launch by midnight but even though I took a nap while Ed was doing his TT this evening I am just to tired.

And let's be honest. I'd rather be reading. My arms are aching from the haul of books today and they are really the only thing I can think about. The books I mean. Though the aching arms are a constant reminder of the books. LOL.

So I am going to read.

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julia 1/17/2008 11:42 AM  

I'm not a whiz with technology, either. I definitely need someone to show me how to do it. Reading the manual makes no sense to me, whatsoever.

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