Saturday, September 27, 2008
I'm a great one for hankering.
Any spare few minutes and away I go.
For places, feelings, people and emotions that grip the reins to my sanity.
A rather bad habit, I suspect.
It does provide an escape route from the mania and mayhem that passes for "normal everyday life", around here, anyway.
Right now, I'd like to be back in the mountains, with all my worldly goods on my back, and nothing to contemplate except the wonders of creation.
With blue skies and crisp, pure air.
And no work. Or queens. Or incontinence pads. Or wheelchairs.
We all have bad habits.
Monday, September 15, 2008
After months of phone calls and nasty letters and nose-biting to spite my face, I am now giving up the good fight.
The stinking, rotten multi-national has won. I concede defeat.
I am now in the market for a new laptop.
And as I haven't the foggiest as to which ones are good, bad or indifferent or wonderful machines, I need help. Desperately.
I am a COMPLETE technophobe, so any suggestions from all of you seasoned bloggers will be greatly appreciated.
My needs are simple. Easy to use, enough storage for photos.
Thats about it.
Daughter No. 2 is back to college this week and, as a result, I am computerless for most of the time. I feel like an addict going through cold turkey.
Friday, September 5, 2008
Its been a long 3 weeks.
My mother-in-law, the Queen, often cites the old saying "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". This little nugget accompanied by a knowing look and some serious nodding of the head.
I must be well on my way then.
When I returned from my rambles, which were absolutely wonderful, I did have plans and schemes to do this and that and catch up on all the projects that lie semi-dormant from September until June each year.
I made endless lists.
All to no avail.
July and August flew by .... the days filled with offspring, laughter, tears and black dogs lurking.
And now its September again.
Time to get my act together.