First and foremost a big thank you to Tasmanian Minimalist for her kind comments - I've come over all silly, so better move on.
Well today I've been doing some more work on my 'altered couture' garments, but 'Thug' had other ideas, so had to stop until he gives me permission to carry on.
This is a coat/hat stand in the spare room, under which are my 'efforts' in various stages of completion, covered by an old throw to keep the cats off ! ! ! !
Don't let his innocent face fool you, he's just daring me to try and move him and he will strike -
and they won't even let me make the bed ! well I can't disturb them can I ?
OK - your turn - question number one (for the ladies)
I have very long hair, waist length, but keeping it looking good is a pain in the **** ! I always look like I've had my finger in the electric socket
No matter what I try, and believe me I've tried everything I can think of, my hair is always standing on end, probably why I wear it up on top of my head all the time, thank goodness messy buns are in fashion, actually I've had them for years. So ladies, any advice please on how to tame my hair without spending a fortune, it must be frugal ! Oh and don't say 'get it cut' that's not an option.
Question number two - It's common knowledge that my computer has been surviving on a wing and a prayer (and quite a few threats) for a while now, but now it's getting really bad and must be replaced. That's not the difficult part, although paying for it may be, my worry is getting all the data/info transferred to a new one.
PC World offer a service for £40, they say it will all be transferred, but I am still concerned. I mean, how does it work, do I have to take my old computer to the shop, do they come to the house, do you know of a cheaper alternative ? don't suggest I do it myself please !
I'm sure this computer has virus's/bugs etc., it's behaviour is so erratic, so will those be transferred over too ?
Do I have to register a new computer ? you see I have a lot of concerns. I wish when I wake in the morning the computer fairy will have been and sorted it all out for me.
So please all you computer whizz kids, let me have your opinions/advice.
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take care peeps ..........