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July 22, 2004



Nice pictures, what kind of camera did you get?

Now there's no excuse for not posting more pictures! :->



Oh you're just going to love having a nice, reliable camera that takes good pictures :)

The crochet is gorgeous and the B&W photo of Emma is stunning! Beautiful dog and a really beautiful picture!


Baroque is looking marvellous.I knew it would.I love your choice of colour.Come to Whitby to mingle with all the goths,here for their Dracula 'fix' !
Have fun with the camera. :0)


Hi Karen! It's a Kodak EasyShare CX6330. I'll blog about it more this weekend. Voted the easiest to use among it's class & I can attest to that. After all my computer probs this week I needed a point/shoot/download mindless sort of camera. :) I'm having SUCH fun with it!

Thanks Robbyn, for both the dog & jacket compliments. :) I have to work on getting another angle on Emma - everytime I get down to her level to take a pick she runs over to lick me!

Emma - feel free to point out patterns to me any time. I really love this one & it's much easier than it looks. And "yes" to Goth mingling - this is the perfect outerwear! :::Grin:::


Great pics, Bron. Congratulations on the new camera. I'll look forward to lots more.


Lovely pictures! Looking forward to the visual evidence of your learning some more new tricks!


Cool effects; everyoneloves a black and white Corgi.

Is that Baroque Jacket from StitchDiva patterns? Quite cool. If only I had that kind of patients; I am slowly, excruciatingly working my way through a crocheted poncho.


Thanks Larry & Vicki - I'll definitely be posting more pics as I get used to the camera. Ones of my kids too...not just my dog. ::wink::

Hey Kim - Yes, that's the one from Stitch Diva and it's working up really well. Trust me - you don't have to have much patience with the pattern. It truly looks SO much harder than it is!


lovely photos from the camera! great progress on your projects. sorry to hear that you had such annoying computer problems


Congrats on the recliner score! I adore my lazy-gal. I always say, if I could only keep one piece of furniture, that would be it. Enjoy lounging and knitting!


Thanks, Roxi! I'm loving it, truly. :) The armrests are perfect to support my arms while knitting so I'm not getting the elbow pain I usually do. yeah!

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