Monthly Archives: October 2008

More photos – Breast Cancer Awareness Walk – Zoo

Hundreds of ‘pink’ walkers … mmm…. interesting folk! Ready to cut the pink ribbon to start the walk through the Jhb Zoo Squeezed along bridges through lion enclosure Photo opportunities when we could not move forward The elephant with his … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Awareness Walk – Johannesburg Zoo

At the start of the 5 km walk I joined friends to participate in a Breast Cancer Awareness Walk at the Johannesburg Zoo on Sunday. A 5 kilometre walk – stroll actually – around the Zoo. Have never walked in … Continue reading

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A spit and a spot

Bradley waiting for more rain Jackie hiding from thunder We have had extremely hot days lately and when the clouds came over .. and even better .. a bit of lightening and thunder, Bradley and I got so excited! Rain … Continue reading

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Sweetpeas, Kookaburras and Hippos

Sweetpeas Trying to copy photo from Picasa this time to see how it works ! Title of photo needs to go above .. mmmm .. can’t remember what I did! Will get there, slowly!!!!! I was going to chat about … Continue reading

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Hello world – again!

My garden – another view of my garden – With encouragement from my eldest daughter and a sister-in-law who always says that if you want to do something .. ‘just go for it and do it’ .. well here goes … Continue reading

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At Carl and Nicole’s

How do you get the writing on top – ie you start typing your text then you put a photo, then you type more text at the bottom of it. This automatically goes under the photo. How do you label … Continue reading

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learning curve

Oh my .. this is a learning curve !! I was doing so well with downloading a photo and adding a ‘story’ and then I deleted the whole thing trying to go back to edit it. Think I need help … Continue reading

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