Warning: this is a needy post.
First of all, can someone please tell me what the heck is going on with Blogger? Every time my blogs load, they're missing the tool bar at the top of the page...it's just blank. For those of you bloggers out there, I'm talking about the tool bar that has the "New Post" link. Then, I refresh the page, and the tool bar magically appears. Huh?
And while nice people are explaining stuff to me, what about the fact that there is no rhyme or reason to staying logged in at various websites after you've shut your computer down at night? Sometimes, when I turn my laptop on in the morning, I am still logged in at Facebook (even when I've forgotten to click the "stay logged in" button), but the next tme, when I have clicked the "stay logged in" button, I'm not logged in. Same goes for Splitcoast and Pinterest. Google Reader, on the other hand, always needs both the username and password every single blessed day. Google, please give us a "stay logged in" button!
Could it have anything to do with Norton Anti-Virus clearing tracking cookies? Or is that a stupid question?
I'm sorry. But I just want to know if anyone knows the answers to these mysteries.
On to stamping-related annoyance. Has anyone had a punch break? I mean, the actual metal part of the punch, not the plastic parts. I've had three or four plastic parts break...no biggie because you sorta expect plastic to eventually wear out. But my holly punch broke on the metal part. ARRRGGGHHH. It's my favorite holiday punch, and I've had it for at least ten years.
I found it at an online vendor I've never ordered from: Stuff 4 Scrapbooking. Anyone have experience with these folks? Please do tell.
Anyway, you're here for a card, and other than these weird internet issues and a broken favorite punch, I'm feeling just ducky and hope you are, too.
Note there is no mat today. I think the white border on the stamped panel substitutes for a mat. You get three layers for the cost of two!
Just two layers. It feels almost normal for me. Except for the kraft. Tomorrow, we're back to white. I promise.
stamps: PTI On the Farm
paper: PTI kraft and white