For those of you who have been waiting to see the last of my Question Time postcards, here is the last batch running up to the end of the current series.
I have thoroughly enjoyed doodling along to the programs when I watch them on a Friday Morning, it not only wakes my brain up, it also acts as a great warm up exercise
While the British Parliament is on its summer recess, Question Time and similar programmes take a break, but when they come back in September, I will be starting the next set of doodles.
On a different note I want to say a big THANK YOU to Kodak. I bought my printer along with my PC in 2012. It has worked brilliantly for the last three years. I recently had a power cut at my home. It was only short lived and the power came back on after only a couple of minutes. Everything seemed ok. I went to bed. When I came down the following morning there was a paper jam message flashing on my printer. When I opened it I discovered three sheets of a deleted print run (must still have been in the memory) which had decided to print in the middle of the night...with the front door closed. I cleared the jam and set up a print run I needed to do......only it didn't print properly...the colours were wrong and there were gaps in the printing. Long story short...it needed a new printhead and after following the online troubleshooting it automatically redirected me to customer services.
I was delightfully surprised when I got the email back....they were going to send me a new printhead free of charge, even though I was out of warranty
That was last Friday. The new printhead arrived before 9am yesterday (it had to be dropped off at the barbers underneath us lol).......so now all I have to do is swap them over and I am good to go. It is a while since I have come across decent service like this in retail and decided it warranted a mention here. Thanks again Kodak for your great Customer Service
I must get busy this week...with the start of the summer holidays and a house full of children, it takes us a while to settle into a workable summer routine. As they get older, I get more time...but I also get them wanting to join in....so I can slip work under the radar and call it 'a summer project' lol. It actually works really well. My youngest went out and spent his pocket money on wooden boxes to decorate this week, so we will be starting on those this afternoon and I can slide in a commission I am working on as an example
... and, yes, I have
been called sneaky
I also have a small pile of postcards (around 45) still waiting to be scanned...including some, more colourful doodles.
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