Thursday, February 02, 2006

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Morning Sunrise

Morning Sky

The sky was so beautiful this morning I had to get a photo of it. It reminds me there is a ray of hope at the end of this nightmare.

I finally went to sleep about 1:45 this morning and slept until about 6:50. When I got up I was greeted with this spectacular color display. Nature holds some great beauty for us to observe at times.

I've just returned from my Dialysis treatment for today. It went well and they told me the treatments are being very effective at removing the toxins and waste products from my body. This is good news for a change.

I think they have finally got my phiscal therapy set up. Someone should be contacting me in the next few days to get that started. It's a good thing because I think it'll help get back on my feet faster with someone there to push me some.

I've been trying to print some pictures for framing today. It's not going as smoothly as I had hoped for. I found out the hard way that the size the computer says it's printing isn't really the size it prints. They were all smaller so the prints didn't fill the mats. I had to figure the real sizes a different way. Now I have many extra prints of the same thing and a lot of wasted photo ink and paper. I'll give the extra prints to people. I did however figure it out and made some nice prints for framing.

It's almost dinner time here so I'm going to finish up here and post this now. Tomorrow some more pictures, Until then farewell.

1 Comments:

At 10:31 PM, Blogger mysteryscribe said...

Good for you on the printing. I gave up on home printing because it was just too expensive. It is much cheaper to uplaod them to a printer and then have them shipped back. Then you can matt them and frame them.

But if you do insist on printing your own find out if you can use water color paper in your printer. I did that when the first digital cameras and ink jet printers came out and they magnificent. The paper is thick as cardboard so I don't know about your printer.

I'm so glad to hear the machine is doing its job. You just keep getting better.

 

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