Tuesday, December 8, 2009

It looks a lot like Christmas

I got stuck.
Had to be pulled out by a Good Samaritan.
I'm going to send him shortbread for Christmas. The real stuff--recipe from my Irish great grandmother.

PS. I've found an old computer that is working. Just.

Everything is slower than water seeping through 700 feet of sandstone.

My new computer is being looked at by experts. Well, it will be when the roads are opened again and people can actually get out of their driveways.

Someone told me the last time I lost a computer that he has a Mac so he won't have all the problems I've been having. Maybe I'll convert.


L.T. Elliot said...

Lots of people are converting these days. People are trying to get me to also.
I'm sorry you got stuck in the snow and the computer problems are awful. =[ Hope you get a new one for Christmas!

Hannah said...

CONVERT! CONVERT! I'm trying to convert to Mac, but need the money. >_>

Sorry about your comp, that's pretty sad. :(

Oh yeah! And I only have the first page of the more complex "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." The other page is from a different song. Can't remember what right now...

Also, while I'm at it, I won't be at lessons today. Of course with all the snow, you might not be either...don't get stuck again!


K.M. Weiland said...

Holy cow! Western Nebraska is in the grip of winter's fury, as well, but we've been spared a snowfall as dramatic as yours. Six to eight inches is probably what we're dealing with... but the temp did get down to -31 with windchill last night. o.O

Deborah said...

K.M. -31? Wow. We only got to -5 last night, and that was COLD. Brrrr. Bundle up.

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Jaime Theler said...

I'd convert too, maybe. If I had the money.