I returned an item to my Sister-in-Law, Linda, this afternoon. We had some pleasant conversation. I was happy to visit.
Then she said this is a birthday/Christmas present, and gave me these lovely things. I was surprised and joyful. I mean, WOW! I cannot wait to finish my current journal, though sadly, it will be a while.
We talked about church, and I said I was not going. She invited me to come to her church, which was my church before, and that may happen.
I need more personal interaction. I have very nearly become a hermit.
Anyway, beautiful things given to me by a very dear person.
I have used a wireless keyboard and mouse for many years, probably since they first arrived in the technoverse. Last week my son, Alex, got a new keyboard having neon colors, tactile keys, and a cord.
I was suitably impressed with the keyboard, and the price seemed doable. I went to Amazon to find my own magical tech. I found both a keyboard and mouse for less than he had paid.
Today the equipment arrived. There was some concern over USB ports on my computer, but I made it work with minimal rearranging. I had so forgotten the speed of a wired mouse. Speedy, speedy. The keyboard will take some adjustment because I have used an ergonomic one for so long.
I am so glad I did this. The speed of the keyboard is an upgrade, as is the mouse. The fun thing is the sound of the keys. I did not realize how much I had missed it. The neon glow is a plus.
Sometimes we lose when we go with the new technology. Retro can be the way to go.
When words buckle beneath the pressure to flow, all I know is to let go. I have not found a magic token to purchase creativity’s flow.
I kept hoping that my Facebook account would be reinstated, but it appears I lost it permanently on August 5th. It is sad. Friends have told me I should make a new account, but I think if they take mine, I can not begin again.
I am dog sitting Maui for Alex while he is in transition to a more permanent home. You might notice Tribble is least concerned and going her way.
I am not quite sure how I forgot in my troubleshooting to unplug the device, but I called Amazon for help. I felt about as dumb as ever.
The Samsung A32 is working far above my expectations. I love using my phone again.
Having a refrigerator is a blast. Almost three months without one, I am so glad that is over.
I am using Twitter a bit. My Facebook friends are not all on there, but it is okay.
Writing is an exploration of thoughts that come to mind when we march words onto the page. The war begins when we force them into intense sense by editing such that we bleed grammar and style.
Happy Labor Day! I hope you have time to enjoy a break.