Where Did That Idea Go?
The first thing I do when I get to the computer each morning is normally to check my bank on Persona Paper and my notifications on tsu. While I was working through the notifications this morning I found a neat photo of a baby rat on the street. The photographer, Chris Lord for those who may know of him, stated that he retreated as soon as he saw that Mom and Dad rat were very near. That reminded me of something in my own experience I wanted to write about, so I opened my word processing program to start the title while the idea was hot.
Immediately a little window popped up telling me an update was available. Usually word processer or office application updates force you to shut down your browers in order to install them. I didn't want to do that, but I checked to see how important the update really was.
While I was checking, my husband came into the room and wanted us to get started on an important financial matter with which he needs my computer help. This meant we made a phone call with each of us on an extension (can you guys with smart phones do that?). He stated what we needed to do and I had to give them my email address and receive the test email and then get the real one, print it for my husband to read, place the order for him online, and give him his card back.
By this time the dryer let me know a load of clothes was ready to be put away, so I retrieved my sheets and made my bed and put the next load in the dryer. And here I am, finally able to write my post except for one thing – I forgot what I was going to write about because of all the interruptions when I was starting. I suppose I'll remember my post idea when I'm in bed trying to fall asleep tonight.
The photo is one I took at the Lighten Up exhibit at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles. It displayed lamps made by local artists. This one is titled “It's a Really Good Idea” by one of our most imaginative local artists who often works with mixed media, Nancy Vest.
There goes the dryer bell again.
Pictures and content are original and may not be used without permission, B. Radisavljevic, Copyright 201 5 , All Rights Reserved
Image Credit » I took the photo and edited it.