Is there something wrong with me? I'm not sure I like having all this free time. I long to go back to Afton, if for no other reason just to check up on things at the Station. I know everything is fine there because I have enough people who would tell me if there was a problem, but I still miss it.
My new computer is beautiful but frustrating. When I stare it with defiance in my eyes, it stares back and tells me that I'm just a dolt who is either too dumb or too old to keep up with technology. Despite it sitting there on my desk exuding the willingness to make my life easier, clearly we maintain an adversarial relationship. But I am catching on more and more now. In a few weeks I'm sure I'll look back at these times and realize that my cyber nervousness was just a phase. After all, yesterday I only had to call Ron M. once to hysterically report my inability to recover my files using Carbonite.
And speaking of Ron M. . . . my praise of that wonderful man is long overdue. In case you haven't noticed, I use him for so many things and he never complains. Now that I'm mainly in a wheelchair, he hauls my groceries and other heavy thing, he boosts my wheelchair in and out of my car, he listens to my countless complaints, and he is my most faithful and constant volunteer at Afton Station. All this, and in exchange I feed him an occasional meal that that's just about all. I have become hooked on his wisdom and gentle ability to make things seem not as bad as they really are. Thanks, Ron!
I was going to attach pictures of both Ron and my new computer, but I can't figure out how to do that. I guess I'll have to call Ron. :-)
Congrats on the new computer, Laurel. Those computer people LOVE to change things from one version to the next, and keep the rest of us guessing. But you'll catch on.
And three cheers for Ron! What a great friend.
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