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    Tasty Tidbits
    Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:36 am
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    It will be perfect Heather!

    My stamps won't be on the telly now until sometime in May. Was talking to the company president today. She says there is a LOT of interest in them and that they will be featured in two magazines in July/August I think. So that's exciting!
    HeatherFeather
    Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:54 am
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    That is very exciting, Marie! I am so happy that your artwork is doing so well for you icon_smile.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:23 am
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    Happy St Patty's Day everyone! Are you celebrating today? I am - it is one of my favorite holidays of the year actually. I always make a feast, although this year my daughter has a softball game so I am cutting back. I am only serving the two of us anyway, so I don't exactly needs tons anyway.

    I think i will just make my Grandmother's Irish Soda bread, my favorite Spiced Corned Beef, and some cabbage. I normally would make a few other things, but I don't think I will this year. I might make a dessert, but haven't decided whether or not to do so yet.
    Elly in Canada
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:06 am
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    icon_biggrin.gif Happy St Pat's day to you all,,,, no, no celebrations happening here...

    Enjoy your meal Heather, sounds yummy!!
    Tasty Tidbits
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:42 am
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    Somehow during the night yesterday our computer shut itself off and erased everything, putting it back to the factory settings. So we have had to completely re-intstall everything. What a pain. WE had paid for a program that stored a backup of everything, but it also deleted that! Needless to say yesterday was a blur of trying to put everything back on. I still need to rescan all my artwork, all my sketches, all my rubber stamp stuff etc. That will take a lot longer than one day!!

    Happy St Patrick's Day to you Elly and everyone else! Your meal sounds fabulous Heather. YOu just cannot get corned beef over here, as you know. It is one of the things I miss from home. We will be having boiled gammon with cabbage, carrots and potatoes, and I am making an onion/mustard sauce to serve with it. No dessert. We'll probably just have a tub or yoghurt later on!

    I went to a hairdressers this morning and had my hair cut. It is much the same as before, but just below shoulder length and layerd all over. so that if I want to curl it I can have curly layers, or if I want it straight, it just looks straight. I had the fringe done as well. When you have really long hair it is always nerve wracking to get it cut. You are afraid to get it cut too short I think. I am doing it in stages I think!

    I didn't have a very good couple of days with my knee. It has felt like someone was driving a spike through it, although today it feels a bit better. I am taking it easy today and hoping that tomorrow I will be able to go into Chester with Todd and spend a few hours doing some walking about. Fingers crossed!
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:22 pm
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    I used Salt Beef in London - it is the same thing really. It was just much harder to find - so unlike the US where every grocery has piles of them for the holiday.

    My meat is cooking now (it takes hours). I still have to bake my bread, but I am taking a break to play with my pooch. She's going crazy sniffing the air with the aroma of the corned beef filling the living room.
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:25 pm
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    Tasty Tidbits wrote:
    Somehow during the night yesterday our computer shut itself off and erased everything, putting it back to the factory settings. So we have had to completely re-intstall everything. What a pain. WE had paid for a program that stored a backup of everything, but it also deleted that! Needless to say yesterday was a blur of trying to put everything back on. I still need to rescan all my artwork, all my sketches, all my rubber stamp stuff etc. That will take a lot longer than one day!!

    Happy St Patrick's Day to you Elly and everyone else! Your meal sounds fabulous Heather. YOu just cannot get corned beef over here, as you know. It is one of the things I miss from home. We will be having boiled gammon with cabbage, carrots and potatoes, and I am making an onion/mustard sauce to serve with it. No dessert. We'll probably just have a tub or yoghurt later on!

    I went to a hairdressers this morning and had my hair cut. It is much the same as before, but just below shoulder length and layerd all over. so that if I want to curl it I can have curly layers, or if I want it straight, it just looks straight. I had the fringe done as well. When you have really long hair it is always nerve wracking to get it cut. You are afraid to get it cut too short I think. I am doing it in stages I think!

    I didn't have a very good couple of days with my knee. It has felt like someone was driving a spike through it, although today it feels a bit better. I am taking it easy today and hoping that tomorrow I will be able to go into Chester with Todd and spend a few hours doing some walking about. Fingers crossed!


    How odd - I bet your information is still there somewhere. I hope you can recover it ><
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:28 pm
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    It sounds like your power might have surged (or some other issue), making your pc turn off and on. When this happens, your computer will load in safe mode, because the computer doesn't know that a power storm or surge or whatever turned off your pc, and it is trying to protect you in case there is a virus or other issue.

    You should be able to shut down again, and if you get a black and white screen tell it to start Windows normally (rather than go into safe mode again) - you can use the arrows keys to select the correct option. If your stuff is still there hiding, and there is nothing wrong with your pc, it should start in normal Windows again for you.

    Here is a link to a guide to help you get out of safe mode:

    (I am going nuts trying to get this link to post - the second link is appearing, but the other isn't - no idea why not ><)

    liutilities.com/how-to/get-a-computer-out-of-safe-mode/

    (Add a htpp://www. to the above - for some reason I couldn't get it to post as a real link)

    Here is a link that describes a similar issue
    http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6142_102-500737.html
    Tasty Tidbits
    Fri Mar 18, 2011 4:47 am
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    Thanks Heather. None of it is there. We had that black screen and we started it up as you suggested. Had already done that. It's just wierd. I hate it that these modern computers do windows updates automatically. Todd is thinking that is what happened and it crashed. We had it happen one time before on our old computer. I would rather be in the room when updates happen, rather than asleep. You have no control over that.

    Does anyone else get annoying popups when they come on here? I do, although my pop up stopper usually blocks them. Occasionaly one does get through. They have a habit of freezing my browser! I hate that!
    Frugal Fifer
    Sat Mar 19, 2011 4:31 am
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    Hello, a lovely new thread so hopefully the notifications will start again.
    How frustrating with the computer Marie, you can turn off automatic updates if you want then just do them manually.

    Lovely find in the estate sale Heather. I am planning on going to a few charity shops during my easter holidays. I have been doing flower arranging at night class and am always needing dishes/vases for the arrangements.

    I have never had proper corned beef, it is something I have fancied trying for a while.
    Hope everyone else is well, it is lovely to see the signs of spring now hopefully we will get a lovely summer this year.

    Are you managing to arrange a meet when Sue is over?
    Tasty Tidbits
    Sun Mar 20, 2011 1:58 pm
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    I think it has sort of fallen through now Angela as Joy has sold her house and there is nowhere really central to meet up. icon_sad.gif I was really looking forward to it too. I was going to stay with Julie.

    I was doing really well with my knee. Even managed to go for a long walk with Todd and Mitzie yesterday, then today in church when I was teaching the children I pulled something in my knee and am right back to square one. I have no idea what I did. It's a real bummer.
    Elly in Canada
    Sun Mar 20, 2011 3:45 pm
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    Tasty Tidbits wrote:
    I think it has sort of fallen through now Angela as Joy has sold her house and there is nowhere really central to meet up. icon_sad.gif I was really looking forward to it too. I was going to stay with Julie.

    I was doing really well with my knee. Even managed to go for a long walk with Todd and Mitzie yesterday, then today in church when I was teaching the children I pulled something in my knee and am right back to square one. I have no idea what I did. It's a real bummer.

    Oh Marie, sorry to hear your knee is acting up again, do you wear a tensor bandage on it? it might help keep it more secure....??
    Tasty Tidbits
    Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:37 am
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    I bought an elastic bandage once Elly. Is that the same thing? I have my physio this afternoon, so hopefully that will help!

    It's a gorgeous day out there today and is supposed to be fairly mild. The whole week is supposed to be settled not so bad! At least according to the Country File Weather forcast! Hooray!
    Elly in Canada
    Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:27 am
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    Yes Marie, we call them tensor bandages... hopefully, it would help keep your knee in place if wrapped correctly... check it out with your doctor..I am surprised he/she did not suggest wrapping it too; there is a video on the net to show you how to wrap it.
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:12 pm
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    Ugh ... my sweet cute dog keeps peeing on the carpet! She only does it 1x per day, regardless of whether or not she has recently gone outside. I have tried several methods to keep her from doing it, but she still keeps having some accidents.

    I had gotten through 2 days in a row without accidents, but today she just messed again. I took her out several times already and she refused to go outside. She was sitting under my desk with me typing, then got up and walked into the living room and peed. /Sigh
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