I’ve been working from home for 14 months, and I’ll admit this much: I hated it in the beginning. I am a child of the office age, not the technology age. I started working in the late seventies; we had clunky word processors masquerading as computers, but mostly it was pens, notepads and phones (push-buttonContinue reading “The Only Voice In My Head Is My Own…And We Argue”
I’m not solitary by nature, but years of solo workouts has taught me to exist within myself very well, and that while human contact is necessary, it’s the quality of it, not the quantity, that counts.
Ever since COVID-19 vaccines arrived in my state, I’ve been trying to get my husband an appointment for a shot. He is qualified by age and health conditions, while I am neither. But I am fine with that. What I am not fine with is the exhaustion and frustration from hours of staring at aContinue reading “The Vaccination Games: Hit, Miss, and Humiliation”
The smartwatch was not my idea, I swear. The Husband thought I needed one. I’m not sure if he meant well or is trying to kill me. But I am wearing it. And despite my best efforts to dislike the thing, I am attached to it. Bad pun, and it won’t be the last oneContinue reading “I Got A Digital Babysitter For The Holidays”
I was struck by lightning this week. No, not in the form of a great idea or mental breakthrough. I mean the literal kind. A bolt from the sky that hit my backyard and traveled into my house kind of lightning. This kind of strike, called a side flash, blew an electrical plate off theContinue reading “Say Goodbye To My Little Friend…RIP Landline”
Oh, for the days when we had to function with a whole lot less technology. I am trying to re-book a flight out West to see family (they’ve rejected a visit from me for this year, thanks to COVID-19) and doing it online has been miserable. So much for “managing your miles” the easy way.Continue reading ““Sorry, Our Computers Are Down Right Now…””