Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Deidre and Lexy walked over to my house just before church tonight and Lexy had this gift for me in her hands. She walked right in and said "these are for you" in her sweet little 2 year old voice. It was so sweet and fun!! She picked them on the way over. They were growing by the road side.



4 comments:

jen said...

pretty tea cup on the shelf with your flowers! aren't two year olds the greatest? i think that is definitely my favourite age, from 2-3 they are adorable! although des is pretty adorable and she's so old now, almost 5! ha!

jen said...

after having read your comments on fonda's blog, i tried doing it on my own blog, and you're right, it isn't working...so i'll ask my friend in london, who knows about computers what we're doing wrong and get back to you with her answer, okey dokey?

holmessellshomes said...

SHE IS PRETTY CUTE FOR SURE. THE TEACUP CAME FORM MY MOTHER IN LAW. SHE GOTIT AT AN ANTIQUE SHOP ONCE WHILE SHE WAS HERE AND GAVE IT TO ME. MY REGULAR PATTERN IS THE MOONLIGHT ROSE, BUT THIS ON IS NICE JUST AS A DECORATION

jen said...

hi, I emailed my friend who is living in london, and this was her response to our query...

For Blogspot links, you have to highlight the word you want to be linked.

Then click the Link button

I got the blue bar at the top of my screen as well that i had to click to allow scripts or whatever it is.

then clicked link again, or maybe the link box came up.

you then have to type in the webpage to be linked. remembering the whole html:// at the beginning. you could just delete it and start with the normal www.

then hit ok.

if you are in html screen (and not in compose mode), your text should look something like this:

This is test.

The word "test" is the word that is linked. and it's linked to the webpage www.google.ca.

of course,you could just skip the whole clicking the link button and just type in the above test and then you'd be an html programmer! but that can only be done when you are in the html mode screen and not in compose mode screen.

clear as mud puddles?