I recently lost my hard drive. Again. Yes, AGAIN. Technically last time I broke an external hard drive, and if we want to get nit-pickey it was making a weird noise so I brought it to Tech Serve and they dropped it on the ground right in front of me, and then all the data was irretrievable. Hashtag you’ve got to be kidding me tech guy. The point of this being I was super excited to do a large post on my recent trip to Texas, but it currently only exists in small iphone thumbnails that I have so far been unable to extract from my iphone. (I’ve made some headway, there’s still a chance this post is coming.) Sadly, some of the photos appear to be lost in the abyss. I see them on the phone. I follow all the steps of every possible way I’ve been told I can retrieve them short of jail breaking my phone and they don’t seem to budge. So I’ve been trying to let go of them, like a little zen holiday from my type A wack-a-doodle world. Oddly, this whole scenario has made me love social media more—lovingly sighs, I’ll always have instagram—mainly because I can not drop it. Have you figured out where I’m going with this yet?
I joined vine. If I knew how to direct you to my actual account I would, but I do not. So, if you join, come find me under the name RebeccaPaull. So far I only have 2 videos, Valentine & Makin’ Whoopie Pies, but I’m taking a video class later in the week that should hopefully get my video skills into tip-top shape. Though it’s looking like I might need a little code work to get my blog to support video. Technology! shakes fist.
VIDEOS CREATED WITH VINE // HEAT EMBOSSER IN VIDEO FROM PAPER SOURCE WITH QUEENS GOLD EMBOSSING POWDER