Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Interview and a dead computer

I am honored to have been interviewed by Mystele for Faith Folk Cafe, you can find the interview here
It was so much fun! It was hard to chose the story or moment that I knew I love art.
For me was at the age of 10 and I have so many stories of how art save me for many things in life. I use to stack all my drawings under my bed, I would get scolded for that. Once a little mouse made a little nest under my bed because of the paper.

Well, changing the subject a little. I don't have my computer and I have a lot of paintings to put on ebay.
The monitor died. I went to the kitchen and when I came back the monitor was full of lines of colors, like a rainbow. I was scared I thought the hacker came back and this time killed my computer.
Now I am using my husband's laptop and it doesn't have any driver or program that I use for my pictures and scanner or listings.

And today I also want to thank toolisjewelry for including me on her treasury on Etsy, Thank you! my Frida made it there.

Good night :)


Heather said...

so sorry to hear your computer died, but thats great about the interview!

Catherine Holman said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Congratulations on your interview and your work is beautiful!

HINT Jewelry Design said...

I love the story about the mouse building a nest. How sweet! Maybe a family member of Stuart Little??

Thanks for stopping by my blog and loving up the owl. I hope your hubby gets the hint :)

Paper Dolls for Boys said...

HI - Just wanted to let you know that you won the PIF contest on my blog! Gotta love that random generator!

I'd be happy to send the "mystery" notebooks on to you if you send me your address!

Amy Short said...

Oh man...I hate the dead monitor thing. That just happened to us and also with my son's brand new leapster that we got for his birthday. Sooo frustrating! Still, you are so clever you find a way to continue to blog!

:o) Amy

Oh and congrats on the treasury. I was so dumb that I just provided a link the treasury and didn't think to take a screen shot. Now it doesn't exist anymore. Oh well, live and learn.

Annika said...

I really enjoyed reading your interview. :)
Sorry to hear about your monitor, hope it can be fixed!