Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Practice Makes Perfect*


















*Alternate title:  Coding Crack Up

A snap shot of life with a developer in the house! In this case, Elly (the second Fletcher sister) is practicing her code skills.  I bet she'll do better than me; I forgot all I ever learnt about it after I stopped working constantly on my studio website. (¬_¬ ") 

Which reminds me...   I had better get back to work on that at some stage!

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