Did You Ever Have a Day?
Have you ever had one of those days when you try to do one thing but it seems to take all day long to do it? I’ve been having quite a few of those days lately as well as other days when I can’t stay focused on what I’m doing.
For instance, when one of my family members opens up a Christmas present this Christmas they will find an already worn sweatshirt. That might be an OK gift for some people but not when I had intended to wrap the new one but mistakenly wrapped the one I had been wearing but had taken off because I got too warm.
A small packaged arrived in the mail the other day. I started opening it but then thought, “Oh, I better not, it could be a piece of jewelery from Mike for me!” When I asked Mike about it and told him to look at it he looked at me like I was somewhat crazy and said, “You told me you were ordering that as a Christmas present for someone.”
Mike has told me on more than one occasion that I could hide my own Easter eggs. I’m beginning to believe him.
This evening I was attempting to do some work for the Voyageur Brewing Company. I wanted to post a photo on the Twitter page but the photo size was too large. I’ve had a Mac for quite some time now but I still haven’t found an easy way to resize my photos. When I had Windows I uploaded a Fast Image Resizer, dragged and dropped photos into that and it automatically spit the resized photos out for me to use. I have tried to install that on my Mac but it doesn’t work. I know how to resize in Photoshop but I don’t like having to open Photoshop just for that purpose. So tonight I decided to try creating my own Application for my Mac. It sounded easy enough but after two hours of attempts I was still getting an error message. So I did what any somewhat sane person would do and just chose a different photo that was already the right size.
Yes, I have had one of those days. And unfortunately I didn’t have one of these!
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