This is going very slowly and I did not tat at all yesterday. Usually I tat at least for a few minutes and it seems so ironic that on that particular day of the entire year I did not manage one ds! There is a reason...
I have never had a cell phone. Never wanted one. Nobody looks up anymore; if an enormous spaceship like the ones in the movies and all the comic books were to hover low above Toronto, I think I would be the only one to see it!
Well - Saturday morning I became the reluctant owner of this:
Over the weekend, my eyes have been glued to this tiny powerhouse that has replaced my landline.
Yup, technology has finally wrestled me to the ground and I decided it was not financially feasible to have both landline and cell. So, I had to learn the ins and outs of what everyone in the 21st Century knows already very fast. Enter obsession. Big time.
An enormous learnng curve made sure I was totally (and I mean about 18 hours yesterday) occupied, so I forgot about International Tatting Day entirely - a belated happy one to you all.
Now I can talk anywhere, text, blog, take photos, read, and email with the big kids wherever and whenever I wish! I admit it is a wonderful freedom to have this little gizmo. Ah, and yes, it is actually great fun. : )
Being ALMOST half way through the list at this point means it will take almost another two years to complete the entire voyage! (at approximately three weeks per tatter)
Miranda tells me that Angeline is in great shape and has weathered the postal services of all the countries she has travelled to just fine! Yah!