Long time no see! I haven’t been able to post for a few months now due to internet issues. If the story is not of interest for you, feel free to skip the seperated text and scroll down to the pictures for this week’s challenge.
Since we moved flat at the beginning of December, the telephone companies involved (yes, it’s more than one by now which makes everything even more complicated) haven’t been able to re-connect us to the internet. It’ss a long story by now and one which usually brings my temper up so I won’t say no more about itnow. The whole situation will continue for at least another 4 weeks now so we’ll be left with no internet at home for half a year.Incredible in times like these in a country like Germany – but I’m sure that anybody from Germany can confirm the horror stories from companies like Telekom. They are true indeed. 😦
Since we fully depend on very limitted data budgets from our mobile phones, I haven’t posted at all here since the blogging does take a lot of data from my budget. However, we’re now sitting in a train heading home and I intend to fully use up my 200MB you can get for free here. And since I’ve been busy tangling I can show you at least what I tangled for thhis week’s challenge – which is very little of all the tangling I’ve been doing in the laast few months. As soon as we’re back online, you can expect tons of updates here.
But without further ado: Here are the two monotangle tiles I did for the Diva Challenge #357:
Unshaded (I finally remembered to take apicture before shading!:-))
Tangles used on all tiles: Paradox
(All pictures were taken on board of the train so they’re not as good as usual.. sorry!)
Hope to be posting again soon and to have you back here then again, too!
Happy tangling and hapy Easter for you all!
3 thoughts on “Diva Challenge #357 (and the internet) Paradox”
Good to see you again! I love both tiles, but if I had to choose a favorite it would be the first one.
Very nice work!
You’re right. Germany is probably one of the last countries where I would think it would be difficult to get hooked up to the internet. That must be sooooo frustrating. We were just traveling in South America and found decent wifi connections pretty much everywhere we went. In any case, thanks for using some of your limited data to share your work with us. Your tiles are beautiful.