Discombobulated! That's been me for the past six weeks. At the end of May, our home computer decided to act up. The loss of the computer that I was comfortable with threw me into a state of confusion. I had written a few blog posts, but not enough for what was to eventually be 6 weeks.
Luckily, my darling hubby, had his school laptop home for the summer. He was nice enough to share. I shouldn't complain, but it just wasn't the same as having my own computer. Plus, I didn't want to have a bunch of my pictures and files on his laptop.
I was a good girl and had listened to my other geneabloggers and had backed up my information. No pulling my hair out on that front, and I don't think it can get any grayer. I didn't want to transfer my backed up files unless I absolutely had too. But, I eventually had to transfer some files in order to keep my blog up and running.
So, I am back and feeling less befuddled-for tonight anyway! The home computer was beyond repair (why it took 6 weeks to figure that out I don't know), but it was under warranty and the warranty company cut us a check for the purchase price. Yahoo!
I am up and running with my new Dell laptop and it is better than the old desktop. Will it help me write better blogs? Probably not-but at least I have everything all in one place again.