Thursday, February 02, 2006


Well then.

Something died this morning.
My damn monitor.

Let's talk for a minute on what the odds of that happening are. It's less than a year old. I have a book to edit and another to finish. Rather difficult when I don't have a damn monitor in which to see what the hell I'm doing.

So I pulled my old one over here. (A little note...I'm technologically inept.) And I switched the new monitor with the old one (Circa 1980).
Is everyone getting the pretty picture?
Two inches on the left side are utterly skewed and screwed. It has this whole hourglass thing going on.
And yet I persevere. Because I'm bound and determined to finish what I've started. Dammit.
I mean, really.
Sanity is a small price to pay. Right? Right?


Tori Lennox said...

Been there with my laptop. NOT fun. *hugs*

Rene said...

Sounds like "Murphy's Law" at work. My washer always dies the day before a vacation when I'm trying to get my clothes clean. And it dies in the middle of the cycle.

B said...

Oh honey, you poor thing!! Just hang on, this is merely life conspiring to make you prove to yourself just how much a$$ you can kick when it gets right down to the nitty gritty. No sweat babe, you got this.


Tess Harrison said...

((HUGS)) That stinks. Good luck on finding a new one.