This is me as of January 2006.
You ought to make a 'thumbnail' photo out of this one and post it in your profile so it won't get buried, or lost over time!
I never created a profile, did I? I don't think so. Well, guess I'll have to do that now also. Do most of you create profiles?
How do you do the profile?
Look up to the right, just a little and you should see UPDATE PROFILE in blue ink. See if you can go to it there. Fill out both pages. I love to read them. Awesome picture of you and the quilt.
I only get the update part that asks for name, email add, and passwords. When I click on membership, it says "no active memberships"
Actually, that is a mistake most people make, the profile you want is accessed by clicking on your name in a post. You can click on any name and see what they wrote about themselves; only you can update your info.
Becky, I tried to put in a picture, how do you make a thumbnail. I can sew, crochet, knit and make a hanger a priceless jewel, but when it comes to some of this technical stuff - Whew- I feel like a dummy. (giggle) Help me Becky-book, help me.
OK, Here we go...
do you have a photo editing program? I have "Picture-it"
You need to re-size the photo to 100x150 pixels (72K) limits.
Then click on your name; when the window opens with your info, click on friends and it will give you an opportunity to post a photo.
If you can't do the resize maybe I could download your photo and try from here, but you would need to be the one to post it.
I tried to upload your cropped copy and it said wrong file uploaded. So, I'll try tomorrow. Got to finish up some stuff on my desk. I've been on here all afternoon and part of the morning. I did a lot of stuff when I came in this morning, I start really early. So now I must finish up a few more things before I go. Talk to you tomorrow.
Thanks for all your help. You're great!
OK try this
I took your photo, croped and resized it, you post it to your profile!
Edited 9/20/2007 3:46 pm ET by Becky-book
This is how I go through life; check this one and if it doesn't work go to another idea. You would think I could remember something. Thanks, Becky.
I love your quilts
That chicken quilt is just awesome. Get that profile in there, girl! We want to know all about you!solo
You are as beautiful as your work! Congratualtions.
Beautiful!!! Loved looking at all the photos.........and your beautiful work!!
Hi Miss Rodezzy!
I think you should put 2 thumbnails on your profile. The contemporary you and the 1970 you! We've all come such a long way down life's path. So nice to be able to look both ways.
I read the post about how you live alone and thus are able to get so much done. I am in awe! I can't even come close.
I don't live alone, but I don't work either! That being said, my husband expects dinner and a fresh ironed shirt every day, but that's about all. Cleaning up after the two of us, isn't such a chore. Our daughter is married, and although she does live in town, she both works and goes to school, so I'm not really devoting my time to child care either.
Well, I guess you have given me something to work toward...........Gail
I haven't mastered that profile pic thing yet, don't have time today. Will work on it next week, time permitting.
You sound like you have a great life, good for you girl. You are blessed to have it. My biggest dream and training outside of college courses was to be a housewife and mother. I did the mother thing real well, but the husband stuff wasn't so good. Never ran across a man who appreciated all I had to give. No regrets, learned a lot, moving on.
Send some pics of your projects, looking forward to it.
Husbands, men in general, just like TATTING, are a mystery to me. Nearly 40 years ago, I happened to meet one who seemed to be traveling in the same direction I was going. So, we decided to move that direction together. It's been good, we've built a life.
To be honest, though, I don't really like men. That is NOT a reflection of my "orientation". It's just an observation. What are they thinking? I have NO idea!
Women are so much better company.
I am somewhat technologically challenged. Last week-end, I asked my daughter to help me post some pictures on this site. She said she would, after the end of the semester! (She is in grad school, to be a nurse practitioner.) So take a look in January. Gail
Refer to reply 7120.2 from solosmocker to dionna. If you have pictures on the computer already it's just 1-2-3 and presto you have uploaded pics. I had the same question and also if you edit the size of your pics down they will be just lovely.
You must know different ones than I do.
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