Saturday, October 24, 2009

The kittens found a nice warm spot to sit last night. Good thing the kiln had been turned off for a while.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Another nail in the Wacko’s coffin,’s domain tools,, shows the owner of, the Wacko’s fraud website that was closed yesterday by Yahoo because of her posting people’s private information. Goodness sake, it was registered under Ullja’s address. Can’t get any better proof that she’s the author than that.

ETA: The domain tools has changed it to show Yahoo! Security Lock on that domain name. But plenty of us got screenshots of it showing her as the owner.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Goodness, it’s going to be a bad day for the Wacko. It appears that Yahoo finally listened to all of the complaints and shut down her fraud website, One more step to justice.
Well, I see that it’s been announced on LE that the petition has been filed, so now I can say it too. There has been a lawsuit filed against Ullja Kuntze for defamation in calling almost 200 people tax evaders and frauds on her fraud blog and fraud website. It’s been a long 3 months, and it’s not finished yet, but hopefully, it will be soon.
Rainy and dreary and cold. And sick with a cold and trying to get the energy to do something besides surf the web.

I scanned some more photos from my Grandma's box of pictures. Unfortunately, these have no writing on them, other than the photographer's studio name and location in Germany. These would have been photos sent by relatives in Germany to her Mom and Dad, after they immigrated to the U.S. in 1880. So far the earliest letter from Germany that I have found is dated 1892. I really wish people had written on the back of the photos who they were. The only reason that we know who some of them are is because Mom sat down with Grandma and wrote down the names of the people that Grandma knew.
Here’s one of my Galaxy beads, done with Amy’s tutorial. I’m still trying to get the lovely swirls that she gets.
This is one of my favorite type of beads, done with another one of Double Helix’s silver glasses.
OK, off to the torch and try to get some beads made before getting Lukas up.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Well, the Wacko outdid herself. She posted 87 new names on her fraud website. What a ding-a-ling! She must be in trouble with Paypal, though, since she hasn’t bought from anyone for a couple of weeks now. Gosh, that’s just too bad. Saves Paypal the work of issuing all the refunds she demands.

We had a little visit from the Sheriff Sunday night about one of our cows being out. Someone in the housing development by the cul-de-sac pushed down the bottom wire of the barbed wire fence, and wired the top two up. All the cows had to do was walk right under it. And they complain about my cows being out! I suspect they did it so they could get their basketball out of my pasture, since they installed a basketball hoop on the edge of the cul-de-sac, about 10 feet up from my fence. Then yesterday I walked the fence to make sure everything else was OK. Found a swimming pool, an old tent and a couple of blankets, and a couple of trees from their side coming down on my fence. And someone is using the wildlife refuge for a dump! Jeepers, that’s why they have clean-up days, to get rid of old appliances and furniture.

I went to the eye specialist today. She said she doesn’t usually see eyes like mine until people get in their 70s. Isn’t that comforting? Because I’m so nearsighted, my eyes are deteriorating at a faster rate than otherwise. She ordered some prism glasses for me to try, since she doesn’t want to do surgery until absolutely necessary, since it will get worse with time. Who was it who said, ‘Getting old ain’t for sissies?’