Well that didn't went as planned. He started transferring things, how speedy these people click away I can't follow. I thought I saw some things copied twice and/or three times, but really it was all OK, no worries. Then the laptop acted weird, he couldn't find out what it was, so took it with him. Two days later it was fixed, another man came to bring it by, didn't know what was done or not done with the transferring (and I didn't know either to be honest, except for the 'no-worries' part), so he left. Thinking that I was very clever probably to do the rest myself.
So I started to try and get some order in my pictures and documents. For hours and hours and days. Let's be short about it... it's total chaos, my whole system lost, lots of pictures missing. All the ones that I was going to post about, so that's why there is no new post yet. All my Bread Baking Babes badge pictures and stuff to make the buddie badge for this month.... nowhere to be found, so please keep baking buddies, but have a little patience, I'll get you a badge as soon as I can. Pictures in the wrong place, sometimes 4 copies in different places... ah well you get the picture (I didn't). The printer also stopped working. This friday a man will come... they said.... I called them not to delete anything from the old computer, because I need my pictures... No worries, they said... yeah right!
But I do worry... I know there's worse in the world... I know... I know I live on even if the whole thing expodes (well as long as I don't sit too close when that happens)... but it's still frustrating. I finally found my 'stack'-pictures that I put together for the CLICK!-edition of this month, so that is a post that I can make... and here is it.
Another edition of Jugalbandi's CLICK!, it's all about stacks this time, and anyone who ever baked and photographed cookies, probably has a 'stack'-picture in their archives. I never knew that stacks could be horizontal as well, I learn something new everyday.
When I choose a picture I search my archives for all sorts of stacks that I place together to get a quick view of what's suitable and what's not. Sometimes our kids like to pick their own favorites. They loved this picture of the coconut cookie stacks. "How did you get them to balance like that??" They thought I was really handy, until I told them I'd put wooden squewers through the cookies to keep them from falling down... hehehe.
I picked the photo of Rosendals Knäckebröt, a Swedish cracker, that we baked last year with the Bread Baking Babes to enter this months Click!
I like this picture a lot. It's a bit rustic, pure and simple, which fits the Swedish product I think. Sometimes less is more as we all know and I think this one benefits from that idea.
Good thing I know know that stacks can be more than just vertical, so I could send this one in. You still can join the event too, find all the details here.