"To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour."

From "Auguries of Innocence"

by William Blake

Sunday, 12 July 2015

COmputer Woes

I am typing this on my Kindle so please excuse typos.

My desktop has finally decided to pack up. B is attempting to solve problems but we may replace computer as Windows on it is so old we are having problems reinstalling programmes.

Whatever happens am likely to be computerised for a while so apologies for lack of posts and not leaving comments on your posts.

Sorry computerised should read without computer. Perishing predictive test.


Millymollymandy said...

What a pain - hope you get it sorted out soon or you'll be going crazy!

amanda peters said...

Shame it is not working, make the most of the free time away from the square box ! you can catch up when you are back on.
Been catching new moths and it's taking time to I.D them all, hope to have a list sorted by this week. I sat out for two hours on Friday watching the moths come to the light.. better than TV or just a little sad?
Amanda xx

Ragged Robin said...

Millymollymandy back on kindle thanks. Really missing computer. Nowhere even to upload photos:(

Ragged Robin said...

Amanda thanks. Catching up on reading! So glad you are enjoying moth trapping so much. Have some York's churchyard for you will leave a comment here tomorrow.

David Turner said...

Hope you get it sorted as soon as possible Caroline :-) Computers can be SO infuriating sometimes cant they!!!

Look forward to hearing from you again soon and all the best :-)

Pete Duxon said...

feel your pain.....

get a new one!!!

Ragged Robin said...

Please excuse typos can't type well on kindle.

Pete DIxon THanks PEte. Have bought a new one but need to set it up!

Ragged Robin said...

David Turner THanks so much DAvid. Really missing internet. Have been backing up files all day. Should have new computer set up later in the week. Looking forward to catching up with all your blogs then.