I have been diligently working on my upcoming AtoZ posts for April. Thrift shopping has produced some vintage books and discarded CDs. It is a fun way to buy music, I can revisit old songs, listen to some new ones, and send back those CDs I don't like to the Great Thrift Shop Beyond.
Linking up for Beverly's Anything-goes-pink-saturday. This pink fabric cat is from the 1966 Better Homes and Gardens Stitchery and Crafts book.
I am halfway through my curriculum on my computer information science class and stumbled onto a solution for ripping my CDs to my laptop. Prior to the installation of Windows 10, I could store all my music and had no problems with Windows Media Player.
After Windows 10, I had the "Groove Music" app and the inability, from what I could tell, to rip music to my laptop. Google, being the wonderful thing that is, had a post to fix that problem, so for those of you that upgraded to Windows 10, go to:
Click on Groove Music
Windows Media Player will appear, click on that to make it the default
Wala! Ripping continues ...
Food bank thrift shop bargains totaled $8.
Ending with a Pattern of the Day from 1968