November 7, 2013

Uploading...Not


Ok, I got home at 0830, and I have been attempting to upload a photo to Snapfish ever since.  If it had not been so frustrating, it would have been interesting.

What I think happened was that windows did an update.  I ran the photo I wanted through Photoshop Elements….which wouldn’t work.  Finally I called the big gun in, and after restarting my computer, he was able to get the toolbar to work.  Then I wanted to upload the picture so I could put it here. Nope.  I changed browsers from Chrome to Firefox….nope again.  Restart, nope.

I couldn’t get to my Flickr account because my Yahoo account had been inactivated.  What?  But I use it all the time for another blog.  I could get to G’s Photobucket account.  After two sessions with a live tech, and a lot of long silences over which I played solitaire, she uploaded the photo, told me to restart again, and wow…there was a download. 

So here I am to show you on top the new doodle, and on the bottom the format I used when I was just starting out with these genre things.  Top: Photobucket.  Bottoom: Snapfish.  Time: 1052.

Yes, that was Mikey in the doorway watching the officers bust a drunk on the corner.  Ah, early morning OB reality.


Life is Really in the Footnotes:
  • Himself and herself:  Gym and work.  He took off an hour early and we went to Tiffany’s gathering at the Club.  Saw lots of friends and did a little crying.
  • Herself:  Pool, work with the books, and bought flowers and baked cookies for the gathering.  She was only 41.
  • Balance:  Getting my photos to work again right.
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    7 comments:

    1. Mike looks good with no middle.

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    2. I like looking through Mikey to the rest of the picture. You put a lot of detail and hard work on this.

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    3. You have s many irons in the fire, it's a wonder you can keep them going. So sad to lose a friend, especially a young friend. {{hugs}} Dianne

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    4. Sending you hugs, its been a tough time. Love your art.

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    5. Wow, what a difference between the early painting and your new one! To me, the first one feels as if everything is being observed from a distance, but the second one is alive. I love it.
      Any loss is sad, but it's particularly sad, isn't it, to lose someone who was only 41.

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    6. Sometimes I wonder if the updates can do more harm than good. My iPhone is acting peculiar occasionally since the last update.

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    7. I'm here, reading...this is beautiful...glad you got it uploaded here...

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