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03/16/2003 Entry: ""The Technicalities of Support""
While my mood seems to be improving, my usually sweet little computer is turning vicious and irritable. She may have to go into the shop today... could need an XP reinstall so I'm backing everything up while she's not being hateful. In fact, right now she seems just fine, but has spent most of the morning and last night cussing at me and wanting respect, which I do give the little snookums in a abundace, don't I, huggabear?
I'm becoming increasingly aware of some challenge areas in my life and that may have something to do with this weekend's rather troubled mental waters. What I hope to accomplish here is not feeling daunted and overwhelmed by the coming onslaught, but grateful and prepared. I could be on the limbo train after all, going from point A to but Z not feeling anything. Like the computer, my little buggy bumps, I'm feeling frustration because something needs to be corrected and that takes attention. As I attend to drunken Windows drivers and faults running across the pages, I'm going to look inside this noggin of mine and do a little uninstalling here, rebooting there, and make sure my processor isn't overheating.
It could be worse. My housemate had her car repo'ed this morning, bright and early. I had to wake her up to tell her that a tow truck was molesting her cute green thing, but she handled it cooly, not fighting it but with humble surrender. Sometimes, there's nothing you can do, and you've got to watch it roll away, forgive, and work on the next step... and watch it roll back in again if you're willing to roll up your sleeves and overcome mere luck.
I'm going to shut this little silicon based cupie doll down now, take her apart, and hope for the best. I'm as backed up as I can be, and I'll not leave it up to hope that this will work out, but will act to assure it will work out. And work back in again.
Maybe there isn't that much of a difference between humans and computers afterall.
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