puff daddy jackets and mac computers

Mar 2, 2006 | Life in Progress

I’m so happy March has arrived. Earlier today the sun came out, it was incredibly warm, and john and i were practically skipping down the street with excitement. It was the first time in months that we were able to take a walk together without our Puffer jackets on (we call them our “puff daddy jackets”). This lasted for just a couple of hours. The sun snuck back behind the clouds, it got chilly again, and out came the puff daddy jackets. We’ll take what we can get i suppose.

We bought a macintosh computer today. I’m so excited about it. We’ve been meaning to convert from PC to Mac for awhile and finally we took the leap. They’ll have our old computer for a few days while they transfer all of our data to the new computer, so I’ll be offline for a bit.

Thank you to everyone who have left such inspiring, wonderful comments on my art these last few weeks. It means the world to me to be so encouraged towards the direction I’m feeling my life going.

Sending much love,

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  1. la vie en rose

    new computer!?!?!?! that sounds exciting!

  2. Laini Taylor

    Hey Kelly! First: YAY Mac!! Jim and I are the proud owners of 4 – count ’em – 4 glorious Macs and think everyone should switch. And second, yes, the glimpse of Portland sunshine was marvelous. Did you see how clear Mt St Helens was? It’s framed at the end of the street, one street down, and when it’s clear, it looks like it’s just down the block. As for “puffer” jackets, my hideous winter walking apparel includes a pair of saggy-butted double fleece pants that I wear to walk the dogs each morning and that easily add 35 lbs to my tush. And yes, I EAGERLY await the day that I will fold them up for next year!


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