. . . . . . . when you're feeling ill!
HOME, even when requiring some TLC because you've left it to collect
dust, dirty windows, and a dead mouse in a trap (I apparently forget to take
one up prior to leaving), is the only place to be.
So I've played with my hydrangeas, bringing many in the house, moving them about,
to brighten up these days when I've had little energy to do much whilst coughing my
way into oblivion.
I've tried to start organizing the many photos (and the stories to accompany them)
taken in Northern Ireland and Ireland in order to start posting here.
For some reason PicMonkey editor is causing me many problems - I'm
still using the old version - so am thinking I need to spend time learning to use
the new version which just has to be better. Or, I my have to just forget about editing,
and post lower quality photos taken with my iPhone used on days it was raining (often)
when I didn't want to lug a bulky camera around.
I hate change when it comes to using the computer - I'm afraid I no longer have
patience or skills necessary for technical challenges - and am always nervous I'll
totally mess up and never be able to keep my poor old blog going!
But then I met an interesting published author in a lovely
pub in Kilkenny and, after exchanging stories, he said I might
well have a book in me. . . . . . . . . . . but that's a story
for another day!
Even Blogger appears to be having constant hiccups since getting back.
That said, I must just mention that Internet/WiFi in Europe is so awesome compared
to here in the US. The speed, even in hotel rooms with so many guests using
laptops, tablets etc. blew me away. I had no connection problems and was able
to do things so much faster.
"HOME SWEET HOME" and "Singing the Blues"