The Bag Lady has been playing around with her new word processing package and learning a few things about it. It is quite similar to what she used before, but of course there are some differences.
She has been playing around with highlighting to see if it would survive the transition to blogger.
She managed to turn it on and can't figure out how to make it stop now.
There, that seems to have done the trick. Whew.
The Bag Lady has been to many strange fonts and had many strange experiences, but she hopes things will return to normal soon. She may even have figured out the highlighting thing. The bullets have her stumped, though.
For some reason, this word processing package keeps wanting to put words in her mouth. Oh, she may have figured that out and made it stop. Whew. It was driving her crazy. She can do her own thinking, thankyouverymuch. (well, sometimes, anyway!)
This is a ridiculous post. Makes the Bag Lady look like an idiot. But she really just wanted to see if the highlighting and such would make the journey over to Blogger.
And yes, it is Saturday night. And no, she hasn't been drinking. (more's the pity). She will dig through her archives and find a nice picture for you, if you behave. At least then your visit here will not have been totally in vain. (to say nothing of bizarre).
Okay, it might still be bizarre. This is the photo of the Bag Lady's hair that Blogger refused to allow her to post when she was complaining about the Pippi Longstocking look.
Oh you have TOO been drinking! ;)
You have very thick hair, Baggie.. lucky you. :)
Hilary - it's really curly, too! Well, it used to be. (should post a photo of that, maybe...nah)
I was just playin' around with the word processing package. Fun!
Well Pipi, it looks like you were having fun with the computer anyway! When was the last time you let your hair dry on it's own, maybe it would be curlier then?
Cool word highlighting and am I right that strikeout survived without having to use the coding?
I swear I thought that photo was of your mom.
Hi, Reb: It is quite curly if I just let it dry, but not as curly as it used to be.
dfLeah: yes, that impressed me because I had tried the strike-out thing with my old word processing package, and it wouldn't survive when I pasted it into Blogger.
I do sort of have my mother's hair...well, except that it's mine...oh, you know what I mean.
wow your hair looks so fun!
Thanks, Sarah! There are days when it is, then again, there are days when it really isn't!!
OH MY GOSH NO!
it is pretty and this thinnnnnnned haired woman (no matter what I eat or vitamins I take) is jealous.
Mizfit - gelatin. Vitamin K. Helps hair and nails.
And thanks - it is pretty SOME days, but most of the time it looks like a rat's nest! :)
My hair does the flipadeedoo thing on the ends too. I keep trimming it off and having it thinned as it really doesn't suit my face, but if you like the style and it suits, hey, go for it - some people go thru lots to get that to happen so work with it :).
Geosomin, I usually try to keep my hair short - it's so much easier to manage. The flip thing doesn't really suit my face. Not much does....
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