Hope you had a good weekend. I had a somewhat productive one, but It was stalled a little bit by issues with my camera. The battery died, so I went to charge it. I plugged it into the wall to charge and waiting overnight....no charge. I doesn't appear the wall charging unit works (though it used to). So, I tried charging it through my computer. Got a little charge (enough for two pictures) but then the battery died again. I was thinking that it might be because I closed my laptop while it was charging. I'm thinking it won't charge if the laptop's closed. A friend on Facebook seems to think this is accurate. So, I charged it last night with the computer open. Will see if that worked today. Either way, I need to take a trip to the camera store to see about the wall charger. Grrr....
The worst thing about this is that I spent a fair amount of time this weekend working on my design for The Quilted Fish Design Team. I made the "prototype" to make sure I could construct it. It worked out okay. I need to make a few minor adjustments, but that's okay. So, I started writing the instructions and was taking pictures of the different steps. That's when the camera died. So, I couldn't make any more progress on writing the instructions. Bummer.
And I can't show you progress on other things I worked on this weekend yet either.
So, I'll show you something I got last week in the mail and that I took a photo of before my camera died.
How do you like this little notebook cover with scooters on it? I really like it! Jana, one of my Quilted Fish Design Team members posted on her blog that she listed this in her Etsy shop. I really love all things scooters. So, I ran over and picked it up.
You might ask, "Why do I love all things scooters?"
Well, because I have one of these:
And I LOOOOOVE it. My Suzuki Burgman 400. Sooooo much fun to ride. Lots of power, but still a scooter with a centrifugal clutch (no shifting). I can NOT wait for spring so I can start getting on it again. I can't believe how much I miss riding it in the winter. C'mon, spring. I'm ready for ya'!
Well, I hope to have more of a quilty update for you next time. Let's hope my camera issues get resolved today.
Until next time,