Tuesday, 19 April 2011

things have been slow :(

yes im actuially not being lazy things have been rather slow on the project front! i am working through it though.. im thinking up ideas that could help spread the word.
if you have any ideas or would like to support it id like to hear what you have to say.
or
if you think im wasting my time etc… id like to hear you angle on that as well
s

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Arrived 2nd April

I got back from going home on the weekend to find a few packages, mostly stuff i had ordered so it was not that exiting and then i saw that i had another package! nothing to do with uni but somthing that would both help me at university and this small project.
it is a USB i needed one of these as the university asked that we hand in our work using one. and i only had one usb and so i have been struggling to get work across computers. Trevor must have seen my rants and decided to send me one! this really is a good deed on his part in many ways! thanks trev. this item struggled its way from Redhill to farnham via the dodgy royal mail.
If any one has any comments on how i can make this little project a success i would love to hear your ideas as i think im really stuggling here a bit. thank you! also if you would like to get involved please send me a question on here or e-mail me on shamefull_07@hotmail.co.uk. thank you!

Monday, 4 April 2011

Arrived 1st April

Nice and simple. I recieved a post card from a lady called Laura Eilers from Ashburn in AMERICA! yes all the way from america this is the 1st far away item/thing that i have recieved so far within this project (i may add that this all technacially started when i found some items an old pen friend sent me.. they came all the way fron JAPAN).
This postcard really made my day! and i may add it not only pretty but very tasteful! it seems to be a cat sitting in some kind of fairy kingdom! and shall now take a spot on my pin board! It was simple in what was written and to the point wishing myself luck in getting lots of new mail and hopefully friends… how nice is that?