After 6 years on the PC and the net, I have finally achieved geek status!
Didn't help that it happened right around my birthday either! :)
I was treated to a nice lunch get together given by sister. Then, as my
birthday was combined with Mother's Day, my children took me to the Outback
Steakhouse. Right before that, I learned that a new CD
player that holds 400 CDs and plays MP3z as well had been installed
as my present for a few days without my notice!
Its been kind of hard due to an unusual wet and cold spring, but I am
hoping that in the summer months I can post photos of flowers from my
Of late my newest passion has been this little addictive landscape rendering
program called Terragen!
Its a challenge to learn, but I have been rather diligent, at least
in practicing it!
You can see my newest galleries HERE
Tell Me Never
rarely watch movies, but if the title wasn't custom made for my character,
nothing is! I was immediately caught up in this movie, I highly recommend
giving this one a look!
This is the story of Janine Shephard, an Australian champion cross country
skier in training for the winter Olympics, her life was irrevocably
altered when she was run over by a truck during a bike ride to the Blue
Mountains. Her neck and back were broken in four places, and her right
arm, collarbone and five ribs fractured. Her right leg had been ripped
open, she had sustained head injuries and massive internal injuries.
She had severe lacerations to her abdominal area and had lost five litres
of blood. The bleeding alone was enough to kill her. Doctors warned
her parents that she was not expected to survive the ordeal. Even if
by some small chance she recovered, she would never walk again...
See the movie, read the book! Oh, and you can always visit the Official
Website of Janine Shephard. :)
I find cute places on the net, I love to share them with my friends!
Palatus Personality Test (Just for fun!) Below are my results!
"Others see you as fresh, lively,
charming, amusing, and always interesting; someone who is constantly the
center of attention, but sufficiently well-balanced not to let it go to
your head. They see you also as kind, considerate, and understanding;
someone who will cheer them up and help them out. "