Saturday, May 16, 2009

Catching the Morning Quiet

Weather Rain

Image by Nohch via Flickr

Sitting here, finally with a few moments to myself, alone with the computer.  Strange how that is so relaxing to me.  The rain has fallen all night, once again.  There is a scent of freshness outside, yet I have no desire to get out in the muggy mucky outdoors.  I just don’t appreciate the rain as much as I do a good solid snowfall.

I decided I would try to catch up on my blogs while I have the chance to spend some quality time with the keyboard.  I cruised around a little and read some of my friends blogs.  Strange how my current mood leaves me unwilling to post a comment. I’ll get there sooner or later, I just don’t know when.  I feel far too comfortable in my little cocoon of solitude. 

I tried something different this morning.   I got up long before Blinda, and used the time to get reacquainted with the computer.  It’s not as easy for me, to write in the morning.  I’m too used to being a night owl, and relishing the solitude of the darkened hours.  If this works out, I hope to have more to share with you, and something not so depressing. 

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Sunday, May 10, 2009

What the Heck?

I don’t know what is going on, but I can’t seem to get my writing flowing again.  Part of the problem is a lack of proper seclusion.  I used to write late at night after Blinda had gone to sleep.  Suddenly she stays up later than I do, and has claimed the computer more often than not.  I know it sounds stupid, but I just can’t write while there are other people in the room.  Especially when they insist on having a conversation every time I try to write.

I have tried to use the old laptop, but it’s battery is shot, and you can’t get replacements for it anymore.  Not to mention it is slower than Christmas, and doesn’t have enough RAM or clock speed to run 90 percent of my programs.  The other computer I was trying to set up in my office, is a lost cause, will never work again. 

So I’m stuck, and have no idea what to do next!


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