It’s been 3 days since I ventured to do anything on my blog.
I had had many fun things going on over the weekend.
Then, on Sunday evening, I had the terrible issue of accepting that my computers were down.
Now, I wanted to be on them.
Now, they weren’t working.
You’re probably wondering why I’m using the word ‘them’ and ‘they’.
I have a desktop computer and a laptop. I decided to get the laptop to take with me when I travel.
I can upload photos and remove them from my memory card, plus, I could see how well I’d taken the photographs. I could write stories or poems, etc.
When I realized my limited ability to get them to work, I thought about getting tech help. They could get walk me through the issue/issues.
However, I had a premonition it was going to be long and stressful process.
Today, I accepted that I could be having an incorrect premonition about this entire repair thing.
I called and to my surprise everything went smoothly and quickly. It was a simple fix.
And, it was a pleasure to speak to a tech who’d originally resided in Norway. I enjoy listening to people who have accents. This Norwegian accent was quite pleasant as was his assistance to my computer glitch.
Lesson Learned: Don’t always listen to your premonition.
The Daily Post – Premonition
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