Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Dr. Love

That's what I want to call the computer man/hero/wizard who spent hours at my house fixing my sick computer...It had a virus and even though I'm a medical kind of gal, I couldn't help it. It needed a specialist. Jarrod has always been there for me and he didn't let me down today. Jack thinks I'm addicted to my computer. Silly man...those sweats, hives, nervous ticks, pacing and stopping at the computer room only to turn and walk away with tears in my eyes is just me worrying that all my documents were deleted. But thankfully, it will live to let me blog, pay bills, sometimes read my e-mail, blog, hey did I mention blog? So here's my little entry for this Wednesday. I just wanted to show you the traffic jam I encounter on my road home from work..sorta like Chicago only the smell behind this vehicle is not exactly diesel fuel.

11 comments:

Stacy Crawford said...

I really dislike the buggy exhaust. lol

acorn hollow said...

Oh so cute but slow. I would be the same over my computer and my husband knows I am addicted.
Cathy

Kim said...

Technology seems to have us all addicted. If I leave the house and forget my cell phone, its sweats and hives too. Gee, how did we survive all those years without them?

Munir said...

I am so glad that your computer is fixed and you did not have to worry about the loosing all the info. We have our kdis baby pictures too.
The trafic jam does not seem half as bad, although Central Park in spring will have horses slowing us down. It is kind of cute though.

Donna said...

Glad your computer is Ok. I was addicted too but am becoming computer blaize' lately. Too much time getting sucked in!
But the buggys...will never get used to the sight of them....I just love 'em!

Sue said...

I always appreciate a good computer doc!

=)

Linda Hoye said...

Hello! You have a beautiful blog - I came over from Deb Shucka's Catbird Scout blog. I love the photograph!

karen said...

Call me crazy, but I really like the aroma of horses and everything that goes with them - but especially the smell of hay and leather. How charming to see those buggies out and about!

Cheryl said...

Gotta love computer techs and slow moving horse drawn vehicles! Thanks for your tip re Pioneer Woman's Blog - looks very interesting. I do have some plans for a Merrilyn book, and a children's book would be a great addition.

PoetessWug said...

Ha! Ha! Well...I guess it could be worse. You could live near a landfill...which we did at one time. ^_^ Sorry about your computer too. I know what a pain that can be! Glad to see you live to blog another day....and another day.....and another day....{Well, you get the picture. ^_^}

Bonnie said...

Buggy exhaust is naaaaaasty. That's when you roll up your windows and turn on the A/C. Sick.

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