I can not believe how much time has flown by. I know I say it all the time but seriously, it’s almost time for my daughter to go back to school… AS A FIRST GRADER!!! AWWW!!
I’ll have to apologize in advance for the lack of pictures in this post. You see I got a new camera about 6 months ago because I tripped on my shoe laces outside and flew off the deck stairs with old camera in hand and shattered it, I mean thousands of pieces all over the freshly cut green grass.
I got lucky though and got this new camera that was super expensive for an affordable price because Best Buy was having a sale. Unfortunately they were NOT selling the camera for the same price, I wasn’t shocked.
So, the disaster happened July 4th. I was taking pictures of Hannah doing sparklers turned around and noticed this neighborhood kid was way to close to me. Almost lit my hair on fire, I jerked and lost control of one of my most prized possessions.
That was my last click of that camera. Now, I’m in the market for another and hopefully will make my decision before Hannah’s birthday.
Don’t worry though, you haven’t missed much. The only thing I wanted to blog about was how our kitchen disposal was leaking for a month and what I did to fix the warped cabinet. See, you didn’t miss much. Maybe not having a camera helped me out because that would have been a boring post!
I will give you a tip to leave you by today. A tip I found out in a very informative class I took on technology and how to utilize it to my fullest in Real Estate (my mind got a little blown at times).
So, most us are on facebook. The main reason I got on was to keep in touch with friends and family and allow them to stay updated on Hannah through pictures and funny things she says and does. I now have over 30 albums on there and stuff I posted in my status that she did and said that was soooo funny.
Now I can have all the data from the beginning of my facebook life. HOW?!?! It’s so simple.
When you sign in you’ll see on the top right hand of your screen an arrow pointing down next to home.
- Click on that arrow
- go to account settings
- you should see this…
- Click on where it says download a copy of your Facebook data.
- It will then ask you for your email to make sure you are who you say you are
- They will send you an email when they a downloaded all your info with a link to go to to download it.
- After that it’s up to you on how you want to save it.
And with that I leave you! Hope you all have a great rest of the summer!