I got a bunch of twigs in my last journal entry here. The bits of ash and alder can be found in my gallery. The hawthorn I've started to work my way through. Is it just me or is hawthorn a lot of work? Just seems to be so much effort involved in removing the bark! I did six one night and my hands (primarily thumbs) were hurting. Did another two the next day as I was watching TV and couldn't help myself, and got a blister on each hand! o.O ...And I still have about 15 or so to go... They seem to be quite long actually, which makes a change, I guess. The ones I've done so far are currently resting so that they can dry a little before I go over
Things I need to be able to function: plenty of sleep. Not having enough sleep made me do absolutely nothing for five hours, even though I had plenty of things I was supposed to do according to the shiny schedule I've created over the past couple of days. (It's positively awesome!)
So when I had my lunch scheduled... or at least half-way through it, I decided to go out for a walk. It wasn't a very long walk - my pedometer got a few more steps, but not a dramatic increase - but I brought the secateur in case I came across some loose branches lying about the place.
There were loads! They had pruned the trees a bit some time ago (not too long
Just thought I'd update my journal because the previous entry is over a year old. :look
Readers of my blog (as if there are any... http://doctortrax.blogspot.com shameless plug *cough*) will already be aware that my Fuji FinePix S5500 had a pixel fault and was replaced under extended warranty by a refurbished S5600 in March of this year, and I was never happy with the picture quality, so last Saturday, I sent it back to Fuji with a complaint letter.
Received a letter from them on Thursday (which is now yesterday) with a few different options. Will have to phone them up and ask if the camera has been assessed and if there actually IS a fault