Well done to the people of Chile. The 33 miners and their 6 rescuers showed true bravery and courage yesterday, including the one with the wife and the mistress in Camp Hope - his bravery existed on two levels - lol. The engineers on the surface are also worthy of a mention, for their attention to detail and focus on the operation in hand.
I was awake and watching TV at the time that the first rescuer, Manual Gonzalez went down the shaft and when the first miner came to the surface. I thought it was some of the most stunning TV I've seen for years. I was also up and watching the last miner and the brave Manuel return.
This next period of their lives is going to be really difficult for all of them - I wish them and their families well.
Anyways, I have sort of made a plan to use up stash - all those patterned brads; strokable papers; embossing powders; 7 Gypsies charms, trinkets, clips, journal stickers and cards and their gorgeous sticky ribbons; sticks of Friendly Plastic, Stampbord; Grungeboard alphabets and shapes, blank chipboard books and so much more - lol. The only allowed purchases will be stamps - as if I didn't have enough already - lol
And finally, is it only me but why has the way of putting photos on Blogs changed? It's driving me nuts - it takes for ever, I can never remember what I did the time before and so have to faff about and with all the waiting makes me eat more Cornflakes. If it ain't broke don't fix it ....