Instructions for installing a husband

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Dear Tech Support, Last year I upgraded from Boyfriend 5.0 to Husband 1.0 and I noticed a distinct slowdown in the overall system performance, particularly in the flower and jewellery applications, which operated flawlessly under Boyfriend 5.0. In addition, Husband … Continue reading

Computer Repair

Caller :  Hi, our printer is not working.
Customer Service:   What is wrong with it?
Caller :  Mouse is jammed.
Customer Service:  Mouse? … Printers don’t have a mouse!!!
Caller:  Mmmmm??.. Oh  really? … I will send you a picture.
mouse

Three days: Where did it go?

There is a gremlin in the system!

Did I ever share with you that I hate technology?  I do!  I blamed technology when the first sign of dark night of the soul surfaced.  I am overcoming this aversion to technology by joining Facebook followed by WordPress.  And I am making headways.  I’m still here after over a year of blogging.  That is a success on my part.

To prove that I can do it, I even moved to a dot-com to learn more what’s out there.  It was a challenge and still is.

Today, the challenge is the reader.  Going back to some post that I have neglected to read, I don’t see them.  The reader’s last post was three days ago.  Mind you, some of today’s read is visible.  Where did it go?

I dread of contacting the support forum once again for I have numerous e-mail going back and forth.  I must say they are very helpful.

Oh, the joys of technology.

Photo credit: Jemima’s Journal

Reminder ~ Slow Me Down, Lord

With the computer automation, sometimes we are expected to work faster.  Working faster does not necessarily mean working smart.  Working faster means haste.  Haste causes mistakes.  Mistakes cause waste. 
Do you have a Hotmail Outlook?  I do.  When I delete or sweep the whole folder, a notice “running as fast as we can” pops up. 
In order for me to live calmly in a fast paced environment, I scheduled a reminder notice on my computer.  It pops up every 30 minutes.  A simple note to myself: “Slow Me Down, Lord.” 
The full meaning of this came from another clipping I know not where it came from.  It’s very old and faded.  Before it will fall into pieces, I wish to share it with you. 
slow me down
 
 
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Apple

One has to travel full of gadgets nowadays in order to be “in”.  Cell phone, Iphone, Ipads. 
IPads … hmm… doesn’t that require a WiFi? 
I wonder if there’s an internet service in heaven?  
Source:  Maypalo.com

Source: Maypalo.com

I bought an Apple just for this trip.
I wonder if God let Mr. Job in heaven?
  Mr. Job are you there?.

Apple IPad

Apple IPad

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