Was that a mistake? Project 365(2) Day 160

When I decided I needed to upgrade my netbook to a Windows based Samsung, the deal was that Pamela would have the Acer.


It would be perfect for her to go onto Facebook and any other sites she fancied including my blog. Little did I know that it would not take her long to discover online shopping.


Here she is looking at dresses at Marks and Spencer for the the forthcoming christening. I've already been called in three times to look at various possibilities all of which were suitable. Luckily, Pam has not mastered the payment process yet :-)

  • Pete PRO 5y

    Oh blimey, tell me about it! "Come and have a look at this..." are words that haunt me, but they fortunately don't come from Laura. :)

    Lovely shot by the way - I like it.
  • http://geniushabit.com/ 5y

    Great photo, Keith. We included it here: geniushabit.com/1244/how-to-shop-online-without-using-you...
  • australianpolicyonline 4y

    Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is our feature image (with attribution) for APO's Economics section for a week or so from 15 September 2011 . See www.apo.org.au/economics (illustrating a report called ‘Online retail in Australia 2007-2011'). PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.
  • Eric Pesik 11mo

    Great image! Thank you for making this available under a creative commons license. I used this in my presentation “Top 10 Things People Admit Doing on Conference Calls”, with image credit to you.
  • Joshua M. Patton 11mo

    Thanks for the license. Using this for an article at Latest.com about internet commenting.
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