This is much better.
Just a little computer problem over here. It is frustrating, because I wrote a blog post earlier today. I think I even ended it with a little self-congratulation on not indulging in Non-Sequitur Thursday. It was when I began to type it into WordPress that the trouble started.
I was, as usual these days, on our little Acer Netbook, a handy device given to us by my dear sister, Victoria. It is a well-known fact that I am not technologically inclined and any device invented in this century mystifies me. In other words, I don’t know what I did, but I messed it up. The Acer is still working fine, but my WordPress account is suddenly in teeny-weeny, itty-bitty, minute, miniscule (I’m doing this without a thesaurus by the way) printing. I can’t even read it properly with my glasses off (I am extremely near-sighted: me with my glasses off is the same as a normal person with a magnifying glass, as long as I hold whatever I’m looking at close enough) (that may be the only time ever that you see the phrase “the same as a normal person” referring to me).
Where was I?
Well, where I AM is upstairs on my desktop, which is for a change and perhaps only for the moment, behaving itself. Why am I not finishing typing in what I started downstairs? You know, that is a very good question.
The fact is, I am having a bit of a mental/emotional/physical problem lately. I don’t mean to complain about my ills (I know, I know, for not meaning to I do an awful lot of it), but I am having the damnedest time DOING anything. Even taking a shower required great effort and self-motivation. Laugh, point and judge all you want. The fact is, as soon as I said to myself, “Oh just have a Non-Sequitur Thursday and be done with it,” I felt a great lightening of spirit.
I’ll use that other post tomorrow, when I bet Steven will have figured out how to fix my WordPress. Or perhaps this desktop will continue to behave. I do love a full-size keyboard. If only I could think of a snappy headline for today’s post, my life would be perfect.