Hi,I hope that you are doing well tonight. To send a picture, go to Google and search Images and save them to your computer, or use pictures that you have downloaded from your camera. When you go to a person's page to write a comment, look on the top of the comment box. There is a tool bar there. Click the second button from the left. The one that says "Images." A dialouge box will come up, click "Browse" and your pictures will come up. Pick the one that you want and click "Insert" on your My Pictures dialouge box. Then click okay on the right under browse. A bunch of letters and symbols will appear in the comment box, but when you press "Add Commment" they will turn into a picture. If you want to see what it looks like first press the HTML button to the far right on the tool bar and the picture will show before you send it. Just make sure that your cursor is at the bottom of what you wrote so it doesn't break up the type. I hope you have fun sending pictures! Let me know if you need more help. Lots.
Hi rinku, I think that it is interesting that when I wake up in the morning that you are ending your day. I am happy that you like this site I hope that you are feeling comfortable here. I enjoyed your poetry agian. You are trying hard to understand something that is not so easy to figure out.
I was very busy yesterday, doing exta work for my job tomorrow. I didn't have much time to have fun. I see that you like to change your page a lot too. I like your pictures, I think we lead such differnt lives and that is neat. It sounds like you are doing things to learn how to make yourself feel better. It takes time. A lot of people with diabetes feel depression. You will learn to be happy again.
Would you like to put music on your page? I can teach you sometime. Thanks as always for your thoughtful words. Smile at the moon tonight. it is there even when you cannot see it. Lots.
Hi rinku, how are you this weekend? You have mentioned to me at times that you are feeling depressed? That is not at all a bad thing unless you put your focus only on that, it also means that you may be sensitve and kind, a rare gift to the world if you have the patience to wait for the seeds of your passion that are growing inside you. I know they are already there because you are able to talk of your dreams so freely.
Everyone thinks it is not good to be an introvert, but I disagree. You are a unique creature, one of a kind, so develop in yourself what is there, because you already know what it is, eventually it will turn into action that manifests itself in reality, but only if you work very hard to make that way.
I think you know what you are doing anyway and love to play. See you later. Lazy boy. I hope that your diabetes is doing well, that you are healthy and content today. Take care
My study of Hinduism is about a lot of things... the various gods and how they are worshiped, how stories (like the Ramayana) influence the culture. Things like that.
I think you will become better and better at English just by talking with people on this site, just like you are doing. Your English is great as it is! But talking with people will help a lot.
My diabetes is okay. Not under very good control, but I'm getting there. I do not exercise much, but I want to start. I think that will help a lot. I want to start riding my bike around a lot more, or maybe take a dance class or something.
How about you? Have you found an exercise routine that works for you?
...For the sight falls first upon light, then upon color: Opposites are made manifest through opposites, like white and black. So you have come to know light through light's opposite: Opposites display opposites within the breast.
Hey Rinku, sorry for not responding earlier. How are you? I don't come on here often. I am not asian, but I've studied Hinduism and India for about a year, and spent 3 weeks in India over the summer. I love Indian culture! It is so beautiful!
Nice job with your page. Somehow I knew it would be black. It looks very much like you love nature and art. The new pictures are really exotic to me. I haven't seen anything like that before, so ornate and detailed. Those pieces are beautiful.
If you want music on your page let me know. Take care and have a good week. Lots.
Hi there, I am glod that you asked. Here is how to get started
Go on the left of the page under your picture and name and click on "Customise my page.".A design area willl come up at the top of the page. Choose Themes from the list on the left and pick one of the Themes that is already designed . If you like one of them , then just click publish oon the left . It is the orange square .
If you want to make your own design , you will use an already existing theme and choose Customize to change the different colors and graphics until the page is the way you want it
Use general, header, navigation, tabs. links and buttons, modules, footer. media player tabs on the left, to change the pictures and colors of each element. You will get a bunch of choices for each of those areas and then you can change each element to make it the color you want, or by using the little camera icon you can import images from My Pictures on your computer.
I get my designs by going to Google and searching Images and saving them to MyPictures in my computer.. I save an image and then I used my picture manager to crop it and make it the right size.I have Microsoft Office 2010 on my computer.
The birds that are on my header right now are from search for "Glitter graphics birds" for a subject. If you use a moving picture don't change the size or it wont move.
It is easiest for me to go to each section change it and look and see what happens like an experiement. At first it is a little bit intimidating, but after your play around with it it is easy to do. It is a lot of fun, and actually I do a lot because it is relaxing to play with colors and images.
I will be looking forward to seeing what you do with your page rinku.
I hope that you are having a nice morning. I usually work today but we are on Holiday. Let me know if you have any questions or need help. I hope you have fun. You can also put music on your page too.
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