Friday, November 13, 2009

Cindy's St. Nick Update

The 900+ stitches I've added since my last post are hard to tell what it really is, but I think next post we'll see the quill pen and book better.

Funny story, this week someone hacked into my husband's Facebook and Yahoo accounts, changed all his passwords and wrote several of our family and friends telling them we were in London, had been robbed at gunpoint and we were asking for 1000 pounds to be wired to a London address. Husband was in transit from work trip and I was getting lots of phone calls to see if we were ok!! So, I had to shut down my FB because mine is connected to husbands and we were afraid it could get worse! I miss my!! This had nothing to do with our own home computer protection, the hacker hacked into Facebook and from there accessed his email. We had 2 friends who were actually about to have money wired because they didn't know this was a be careful:) We were, didn't help...but, we're rethinking things.

I'm sorry I haven't been very active on this blog lately. Not going to whine...just believe me, I'm trying to get back to my happy place:) Everyone's beautiful work is what keeps me stitching!!
You guys are unbelievably talented!!

Have a great weekend!

Cindy F.


Wendy said...

Oooh Cindy!! That's such a nice progress!! Great work!

Thanks for the tip, we have to be careful with our computers!


Joke said...

Your stitching work is great, well done!! And are sure no one has to send some money, you could buy lots of stash LOL

Sabine S. said...

Come on happy place! Hope things get better soon. Stitching helps and you've done well. Can't wait to see the book and pen!

Carolyn NC said...

Wow - glad it wasn't worse, but it's so frustrating that people will do this.
St. Nick looks great!

Chrizette said...

Oh no, this is terrible! Why would people be so awful!! Thank goodness you found it soon enough!!

CathE said...

Your stitching looks wonderful. Glad you were able to stop things before anybody got caught out, but how nasty of people to do it in the first place. Hope you find your happy place soon.