Thursday, March 3, 2016

While I am a little laid up



While I am a little laid up for the next week, I have been working feverishly at keeping in a more permanent manner "scrapbooking" the photos on my current phone, and my previous phone for that matter. I have been using the Project Life App by Becky Higgins and working right on my phone. I have an iPhone 6 Plus. This page was created with the #hashtag kit. The Android version of the app was released February 29, 2016. The Google version has some limitations at the moment (no printing, no Dropbox and a few features missing to be added soon).

I am laid up because I have surgery, more like a procedure, next week and cannot take any NSAIDs which means significant inflammation in both knees due to osteoarthritis, even though I have two "fake knees". The "procedure"? Tear ducts. One side is 100% plugged up and the other is close behind. Will be any easy "surgery" and recovery will be quick, but in the mean time my knees are angry and mobility is challenging. I have been looking at more natural options for inflammation treatment. Turmeric is one option, but gives me wicked heartburn. If any of you have had success with alternate options, please comment below. I am "in the market" as it were. (But this is somewhat beside my main point here)

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My Cuppa class for next week is cancelled. It was scheduled long before surgery was on the calendar. If you are still interested in the class let's find a date that works for you. 
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This saving my photos off my phone and getting them printed and stored in a more permanent manner is all part of a bigger picture thing I am contemplating right now. 

This is the most photographed time in history and should technology and social media change we ALL will be without any record of it, at all. Think about it. Most of us take our pictures from our phone. 

This is the beginning of a long dialogue I am starting: WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE PICTURES ON YOUR PHONE?  Anything? Why or why not? 


Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

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