Tammy SAID I’d be accident prone

So it is with no surprise that I report that I sliced myself a good one this morning (on my numb toe, oF COURSE, so I didn’t feel a thing) and bled like a good thing all over everything (although only one spot fell on the carpet, thank heavens).  Also, when I went to show off my laptop last night to Paul – the screen died.  It had been working fine that morning, and then, nothing. 

So…. I went looking for my receipt and do you suppose I could find it?  Of course I did register a three year extended warranty so I’m not going to have any trouble swapping it out, but it wasn’t what I had planned this evening.

Cleaned some more at the Augur Inn last night and gave back the motorcycle helmet I inadvertently walked off with when Paul drove me back.

Patricia has invited me for drinkies at her place on Friday.  I will be seeing Brother Jerome’s mum Gail on Saturday; she just moved to town and I don’t think there’s a lot of women her age (or  reasonably close thereto) for her to hang around with so she’s coming over for tea.

With all the excitement, I suddenly remembered where I’d left the Tarot cards.  First three cards on the Celtic Cross….. Judgment.  Justice.  Strength.  I’ve never had three major arcana come up like that, I just about fell over.  But I have to say that money appeared nowhere in the reading, and I must admit it troubles me.  Although I supposed I should be happy that both the 5 of cups and the 8 of swords are now behind and below me…..

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  1. I’m sorry about your computer. It’s disappointing when new toys won’t work like they are supposed to! I am well aware that you are way ahead of me in computer know-how (as you will ascertain from the following). To make life easier for Jim, we have a Dell desktop in the home office and Jenn has a Dell laptop at university. We have access to 24/7, 1-800 technical assistance and a technician will come to the house if they can’t get the problem fixed over the phone. I stamped my feet when we bought Jenn’s computer in Providence. I can’t count the number of times, Jim has had to bail Jenn out with the computer while Jenn was home (at any hour of the night or day) and I asked how he or Spence for that matter expected to be able to accomplish this from Ottawa. You have to imagine that in order to fix Jenn’s computer, the first thing you have to do is get Jenn out of the room –she has no patience & a temper to go with it (I wonder where she got that from??) Now whenever Jenn has a problem, she just walks down to the Brown Bookstore Computer department and she’s all fixed up. Also, much to Jim’s relief, he is no longer the one I call when problems arise on my computer — Dell Support gets to deal with me and they have more time and patience. I’ll have to talk to Jim about those thumbnails you spoke of.

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