OBSERVATIONS: Another week of Project Life which found me computer-less. (Okay, I consider borrowing and working on my daughter's laptop to be computer-less. I know. Indulge me.) But I would like to say one thing to everyone reading this blog today, and for all time: HAVE A BACK UP SYSTEM FOR YOUR COMPUTER!
I had a back up system in place, and thankfully, all 1.5 TB of information—my photos, my music, my work files—have all be safely restored to my newly revamped computer. All for the cost of about $159 and a nice Western Digital external drive. I use the Mac software called Time Machine to handle my back ups. It has been about as seamless as a can be.
I don't mean to go on about this (well, actually I do), but it's just a friendly reminder from your friendly bloggin' fool who would have really been sad if I'd lost it all. (See, the therapy IS working!)
Here are my pages from this week, a week where my iPhone was my main photo taker.
Yes, I finally did the old one photo in multiple pockets. I had so few shots this week, so I took advantage of the situation. I love the result.
See that cute little chevron pattern? I made that following this tutorial.
This shot below is my favorite of the week. Why? Aidan snapped it from her iPhone just as Cole and his classmates were lining up to get on the bus for their weeklong trip to the Badlands. Only one more day until the boy comes home!
And that is all I wrote still on borrowed machines for Week Thirty-Six.
p.s. Get a back up system in place. Love, Cathy