Tuesday, April 15, 2008


The fan on my old borrowed desktop at home is sounding like a jetplane, and I am fearful of turning it on. It. Sounds. That. Bad. No. Actually. Worse.

Thus, my current proect is on hold.

However, I have a new laptop on order... how exciting is that? :)


prwood said...

Ah, sorry to hear about your computer woes! I hope your new computer makes all your wildest dreams come true.

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Michael said...

That is very exciting.