Sunday, June 27, 2010

TOO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE!!



So how do I solve that problem?




Yep, you guessed it...doing things I shouldn't be doing and not doing the things I should.

Have to many to do's, to many want to do's, and there for I don't do. Will get back in the swing on Monday and crank out some of the should do's.....got some friends waiting in the wings for a few projects.

My one friend with the flower pots, she has done an amazing job on the instruction but I am having trouble getting the watermarks off the pages (the water marks are not ours...it is the brand of converter I used)...any suggestions, Or do I get rid of the free program and buy it? Used a free program to convert the folder over to pdf.

19 comments:

solomi558 said...

Just looked at your blog , I love bright colours , It,s great .

I,m also catching up on outstanding projects but right now I,m all pooped out from furniture painting--cottonreel

Luv 2 Kreate said...

Sounds a lot like me :)
which reminds me I should get busy!

Anonymous said...

Big Kahuna is one of my favorite games. I have even downloaded a lot of user designed level sets! Very addictive--like fabric :o)

Susan In Texas said...

Me too. I'm just trying to pass the time while I heal. Seems to take forever, but thanks for your kind words on my blog. 8)

Susan

Needled Mom said...

Here I thought this post was going to be about a failing iron!!! lol

I have no clue how to get rid of watermarks, Barb. Sorry.

wackywoman said...

I have out-of-town guests so no sewing for a while now. Hard on me. I must be obsessed.

Susan Entwistle said...

What are you trying to convert to pdf? Email me, I might be able to help you out.

BeautifulSeams said...

Sounds like me!!! Glad to hear I am not the only one with too many things to do, and not enough time to do them!!!LOL

Pat said...

I think a lot of us have too many things going at once. I don't know the answer as to how to deal with it. If you find out, let me know, okay? lol

Gene Black said...

Hmmm.. are you saying you used a PDF converter that left a watermark on the final PDF?

If I could have about a month I might get some of my irons out of the fire. But sometimes "where to start" is the deal breaker!

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

U speak with fork tounge....no understand u talk....to remove water spots...use paper towel, no? Wear a diaper then no water spots. Wear a bib and no drool spots. Use klenex and no tear spots.....what u use must be wrong ting....not know da ting.

Ms. Know Nuttin Jackson wid no notion eider :)

andsewon said...

Yes me too all you said. I will have a long list and sit and read blogs for a hour or two!!
Sorry know nada on the PDF.. I must get niece to help me though as I need to do up some ideas.
Good luck with yours!
Lola

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

I have a long list of things I should be working on but I just don't "feel" in the right mood.


I use Primo PDF converter for my crochet patterns. It has a free program that works OK for what I need right now. Nothing fancy but gets the job done.

http://www.primopdf.com/index.aspx

Beeshebags said...

Barb, email me please as I have a suggestion for you. Hugs Naomi

Pat said...

All I can say to this situation, is good luck, my dear friend. It's all a puzzle to me.
Happy Quilting!

Pat said...

All I can say to this situation, is good luck, my dear friend. It's all a puzzle to me.
Happy Quilting!

sewmeow said...

It is good once in a while to take a break from our sewing and do other things! Especially with so many "should do" ones.

pwl said...

LOL Nice to know I'm not the only one who likes Big Kahuna Reef.

Tonya's Sewing Room said...

ok, here's what you do..........click on file b.......then u...then r....are ya with me?