Monday, October 14, 2013

Too much rain!

Goodmorning everybody!

It started already on Friday. Drops and drops and drops of rain. Jan and I went to see a coup[le of recycling shops, just a bit for fun, you never know what you find there. We didn;t came hopme with a lot, Jan only bought a little box with about 200 screws, but I think for 25% of the price you pay in the DIY market. During our walk it started, again, to rain and didn;t stop so we came home all wet and a bit chilled, I must say. Okay, after a little while we were dry again and warmed up. But then in the evening the rain became a real curtain, together with rather fierce winds, and it styad that way all day yesterday. SO not a kind of weather to go outside and we didn;t/
We both were rather lazy, I only changed the bedsheets and then took some time at the computer.

That rain, by the way, already caused some trouble in the whole country, a lot of people were flooded a bit, but it was worst in our area, where they had to install big machines that could pump the water away, yet it rained so hard, that it will take at the least today too to get the water at its ormal level.
On the weather channel they said we had so much rain in about two days as normally we have in the whole month of October.

We still will have more rain today, but at the moment it is dry, and during the week it will become a bit better slowly.

Oh, I have a quiestion for you all, in the hope, may be someone has a solution?
The last week I suddenly have trouble in my Photoshop Elements 8 with my mouse.
It works fine, only not the right click. If I use it, PSE freezes and I have to shut it down.I havea wired Logitech mouse, M-BZ98C and it works fine in all other programs in Windows Vista Home Premium, 32 bits . It just has suddenly this problem in PSE. If anybody knows what to do, please send me an email.
I can work without the right click(till now) in PSE of course, but it is a bit annoying.
Very much appreciated if anybody could help me out. Perhaps you yourself don;t know but may be you know somebody who does?

I think I need to do a bit of housework today, yak! Don't worry, I will not reach the point of getting stresed, I am sure. Still a bit of vacuumcleaning, luandry and such need to be done.
After i did that, I may be have some time left to do some designing in PSE. Today I already received the mail from Dutch Sparky to join again  the World Wide Christmas Scrapbooking train, and yes, it is a bit early, but time flies as we all know. And I may not strt right away on a Christmaskit, but I can think about it.

Freebie time it is now! It's the kit Step back in Time, with lovely clusters from Arlene.
Have all a wonderful day!
Download    HERE

Download    HERE


Edna B said...

Gosh, I feel so bad about all that rain. We're getting a lot of it too, especially where my daughter Audrey lives (Virginia). I guess this is all part of the climate change.

I'm not sure how to fix your right click problem. When I had Vista, I had all sorts of problems. A couple times my problems were that I had to upgrade my Internet Explorer. But that shouldn't have an effect on your mouse. I wonder if Adobe would have any help. Good luck with them. I was never able to get hold of them. '

Maybe a wireless mouse would help. That's what I use. One less cord to get in the way.

I wish you well my friend. It's 5:15 a.m. and I'm counting the minutes till I can go home to Pogo. You try to have a good day, and I hope the rain clears up soon. Hugs, Edna B.

VJ's Scrap Room said...

Good morning Kyra:)
Just wanted to pop in to catch up a bit on your blog and also to let you know that I truly appreciate your praying for Jim's Dad...and for stopping in at my blog.:)Thank you so much!
I know the rain has to be keeping everything damp around your home.The weather does seem to have a mind of it's own lately.:)
I plan to get a few things organized around the house today if nothing else comes up to stop me.:)
Hope you have a WONDERFUL day my friend.Stay warm and dry!!
Thank you so much for sharing your lovely kit with me.:)

Huge hugs,

Mat's Merry Memoirs said...

Thanks so much for this very interesting kit and those from Arlene are terrific too!
Rain started here on Saturday evening, rained off and on a smidgeon on Sunday, but then started last evening, rained all night and 100% chance of it today. However, it is a nice slow soaking type that we so desperately need. Not gonna complain on little bit. It is supposed to rain tomorrow too as a front passes through to drop our temps into the 70's. A lot of tree leaves are already beginning to drop off making it look and feel a little more like fall around us! LOL! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a note! love it! I did not EVEN GET OUT OF MY GOWN all day yesterday! Today only a few little things to do as my boss will be by tomorrow! Have a great week, chat more later! Hugs, Mat

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the kit A step back in time. I'll be fixing some of the pictures of ancestors with it.

P.S. We could use some of that rain here in the NW Desert where I live. My yard is starting to go to sleep for the winter since we quit watering it. Don't want to waste any more water than we have to.

Linda said...

Hello and Thank you for these lovely downloads.
I'm really sorry that I can't offer any advice on your mouse right click problem, but I hope someone out there can...