Thank you, dear friends, for the good wishes you offered in the comment section of my last post. You do make me feel good and have boosted my spirits during this time of healing. By the way, the recovery is coming along nicely. A bar room brawl wouldn't produce a shiner as big as mine and my eye would make a good ad for the 'red eye' night flight; other than that, I am doing just peachy keen.
My daughter arrived at 11 pm Sunday night (poor girl) and was here to take me to the surgery center the next morning. We hadn't been home very long when the new Apple laptop that I had ordered arrived. Timing is everything because my tech savvy daughter immediately went to work installing all the software and setting me up with a wireless system. She finished the job, along with a few other chores, on Wednesday afternoon when she had to head back to California. She needed to be at work on Friday so it was 'no rest for the weary' for her. In between being my 'Techie' and errand girl she kept me busy putting the peas on my eye (20 minutes every hour) and making me comfortable. I do love being pampered.
If you are used to using Windows and then switch to a Mac you know the systems are very different. I have a very slow learning curve now so I fear it is going to take me a long time to learn how to use the Apple. I will be reading your blogs and will try to catch up, but I may not take the time to comment unless I need to put in my 2 cents worth.
With that in mind, here are some computer jokes for your amusement: