Well, i got a lot of "content" for my Donations page put on paper yesterday, but it took today to organize it all. So if you look to your right you will see an image that says "I'd like to contribute". If you click on that image, you will be lead to a new page on my website that offers ideas and suggestions on different ways to contribute and how to donate in a monetary way. And here is a link to that page, just because i can.
And, one of the things i have added into my weekly "Life Activities", to bring balance to all this
(lovely) work, is...
I learned this skill in my early years (maybe grade 2 or 3). I never had the desire to do much with it.
I never wanted to make a sweater or a hat or socks. i just wanted the skill. I wanted to know i could do it if i had to. And i kept that skill, through all these years, via muscle memory. I can probably count the total number of times i have "made something" on one hand. I made a "Doctor Who" scarf once. Tom Baker wore this ridiculously long scarf (image 1 below) as part of his recognizable attribute as The Doctor on the famous British sci-fi serial. This was the late 70's/early 80's and Tom Baker's version of the Doctor (the 4th Doctor), in my eyes, was super cool - i idolized him. Mine was (possibly) red & white as i didn't like his colour scheme or maybe that was all i had. I also went through a stage where i made "book worm" book marks (image 2 below - not mine). I imagine every member of my family received one as a Christmas gift - ha ha!
Anyhow, a few years ago i decided to make my own dish cloths as i found the standard ones being made were too big for my liking. Those now have out lived their use - they have unraveled or "holed" themselves. So i got some fun new yarn and.... ta da! (image 3 - below). And i send out a "thank you" to The Village Yarn Shoppe in Comox for so clearly answering my novice yarn questions. :)
Happy Saturday everyone!
Sheron's Techie Journey
I am not "new" to techie learning, by any stretch. In fact i used to teach people how to use their computers. But, that was several years ago. Since then, i have avoided learning new things on the computer. I seem to have gotten myself into a "stick in the mud" mind space in regards to all things techie. Well, that is all about to change!
So i have decided to take a leap and offer classes and meditations on-line.
This is a HUGE LEAP, as i need to learn, what feels like a million new things. If you would like to follow my progress &/or learn from my process, check this "blog" page often
The products of my labours will be posted on the "expand" page.
Keep checking back!