As soon as I figure out how to add pictures using my phone there will be a picspam coming.
- Current Mood: awake
So I think I will start with a few pictures I took last thursday at a jumpingconcours in Poland.
That's where I went for the extended weekend and was supposed to be back home by wednesday but that also didn't work out and we just got home today.
Will be posting more tomorrow.
- Current Mood: accomplished
Well to put it right: I got this from lupina78 and since then I went back and saw it on others as well.
Pick a number, check in comments first to ensure it aint been asked before.
One number per flister pls. Repost it to your LJ, come on, spread the memeage,
so I can pick a number for you too :)
( Your choices are......Collapse )
- Current Mood: awake
This is a lifesign from me. It's been so long since I could make a post that I thought it would never happen again.
I had so much going on in RL.
So this is what I've been doing among other things:
Did a photography course, which was 5 evenings to learn the basics about manual settings. Had fun doing it but was pressed for time each week to compleet my assignments.
One of the portrait pictures I had to make with an additional depth in it.
We also had to make other things but this one is among the top 3 of them.
Had problems with my computer (both of them) and had to have them checked out which also took forever.
And then the never ending WORK:( Don't know what was wrong but everything took me forever to complete so by the time I got home all my energie was gone.
I did have a few days off and took a small trip just to recharge my battery but something went wrong again and the battery never charged.
Hope this dip is all gone now and I can start doing my regular LJ thing again. Signed up for <lj comm="seasonal_spuffy"/> and will try to do some arty things.
Hope you are all still alive after seeing this and will see you soon ♥
- Current Mood: determined
As I said last time, while it's frustrating not to have access, LJ is a lot more than a social network platform. From the article:
"LiveJournal isn’t just a social network. It’s also a platform for organizing civic action. Dozens of network projects and groups mobilize people to solve specific problems — from defending the rights of political prisoners to saving endangered historic architecture in Moscow."
So while I know many are considering the move over to Dreamwidth and other such sites, supporting LJ is a way we can help support those who use it for more than a writing/roleplaying/social venue.
Also, as a FYI, LJ is giving paid users effected by the outage two weeks of paid time as compensation.