Now little crafters, are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin.  Building an access database needn't be so hard , once I've giving you your instruction it will as easy as laying an egg.
Now little crafters, are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin. Building an access database needn't be so hard , once I've giving you your instructions it will feel as easy as laying an egg.

Self employed sole workers. Do you ever find yourself wishing, WISHING above all else that a computer savvy genie resided in one of your button jars only to emerge in a puff  when the lid comes off. Or that one of your creations might somehow come to life and tell you everything you need to know about running a business. I do…oh boy I do!

I have spent most of the last five evenings trying to figure out how to create a drop down list in an access database. I really thought I had a pretty good head for most software principles but database programming… I just can’t get my head round it. I feel as though my brain cells are turning from white to grey to purple with the sheer exertion. I feel like someone with Bell’s Palsy trying to smile.

By the way…the Lavinias (hens) above were positioned by Tina during an inspired moment in the studio. I’m glad she has an equally infantile sense of humour otherwise work wouldn’t be half as fun.

Diedre in nest

Advertisements
Posted by:mogwaii

Born: 13th March 1969 in Edinburgh Star sign: Pisces Where do I live? An beautiful island called Lismore Who with? I live with my gorgeous man - Yorick, and my beautiful boys Ruben (currently 14) and Tom (10) and we also have cat poppy, cat Bashy and cat Spyro. What do I do there? Water veggies in the polytunnel, loads of mopping up, picking up clothes, cooking and washing dishes. The rest of the time I'm in a blissfull state in my studio making things out of wool and designing the next must have (in my head!) and a lot of cycling to and fro My favourite Books: Right now...empowerment books like "The power of now" and "The Secret", but also John Fowles "The Magus" and "The kite runner" and I love the "Tao of Poo" My Favourite films: Babettes feast, Wings of desire and The colour of Pomegranites. My favourite music: Bach cello suites for designing, Dolly parton for making (especially her album Little Sparrow), Teddy Thompson and loads of other stuff! What did I do before moving to Lismore? * Went to school in Edinburgh (South Morningside primary then St. Mary's music school and then George Watson's) * Went to Brazil for a year, fell in love, learnt Portuguese and spun a lot of wool * Studied foundation in visual arts in Manchester poly and then went on to study BA Hons in textiles at Goldsmith's college * Made felt hats, sold them at Camden market and then eventualy Liberties and had Ruben in the midst of it all - moved to Pathhead * Tom came along and I stopped making hats. sung lots of Jazz, taught Brazilian and samba singing, recorded an album and started singing with La Boum * Tom went to school and I set up Mogwaii * Moved here in 2006 There you go!! xx Sarah (from left) Ruben, me and Tom (from left) Ruben, me and Tom

5 replies on “Access Fantasy

  1. Access database! Oh dear…I spent two full days a long time ago learning how to do Access but I have forgotten it all. Have you looked on YouTube? You never know maybe someone has posted a video on how to do the drop down menu. Good luck L x

  2. Sarah Sarah Sarah, when will you realise that you need to stick with what you’re good at and badger somone else into helping you in doing the database. Love the hens, very different and very cheeky. I hope this mail finds you well. I will be seeing you soon PROMISE.

    Barry

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s