Never start with I. But in this case I have to because it is I who cannot wrap my raised-on-paper brain around all my computery gadgets. It exhausts me even now just writing about it.
My motto “Never Give Up” (which I might add I have had since high school although I didn’t know that I had it since high school until right now actually) has kept me going and learning and surviving all these long years of my life. Even when trying to master my computery gadgets. I have a real love/hate relationship going on with them: Kindle, MacBook Air, HP, iphone, Diamante and Case Catalyst, Roku… I’ll even include the DVD player for the girls.
Today I’ve been trying to get the Amazon Prime music on the Roku. Grrrrrrrr It sounds so easy when I read about it on my Amazon page: if you have Amazon Prime, you get all this cool music (gist of the Amazon music page). The Roku has a music icon on my Amazon station because, yes, I did subscribe to Amazon Prime. No problem. Well, no problem after I figure out how to download-upload-inload-outload-whateverIneedtodo to get it on the Roku and get my yet another password going.
If it weren’t for my good friend, Google, I would never be able to get anything accomplished. Even then, it’s a slow, slow process.
A very young Ava
I wish I had put a beer in Ava’s hand. This is just the ultimate look-alike pics.
Woody Allen on sex
What can I say? I live alone.
One of my favorite facebook steals. I have never been Goth, but I have been in the hippie, gypsy, suit, jogging-pants mom, Southwest/Spanish modes… just to name a few. It was always a surprise –even to me– (and still is) what kind of season of life or flavor of life I would be in from year to year. So I keep all my
costumes wearing apparel just in case. One never knows when the big jingle jewelry or the long, flowing skirts will be needed.
My favorite quote of all time.
The days that are tough; the weeks that are looooong; the years that are distraught, never give up. Over and over again I am given that message… and I will give it over and over again.
Get your pictures out and take a slow stroll through them.