Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Wah, wah, wah....

I know I'm supposed to be angelic this week , but my wireless won't work on my computer, and I also can't get my iPod to sync with anything that I have gotten on line. ARGHHHH. Deep breaths. I know it's the gosh darn (how angelic of me - that's not what I wanted to say) computer which is a work computer and a piece of shit but it is so god-damn frustrating. Especially after two days of cooking meals for many. And old people who need their food kinda mushy.

I digress - we have been having fun - but I'm not a cook!! or a computer person, and not being able to use my iPod makes me nutty.

Any hints?

I did get a lovely sketch book from Hubby that is so lovely I don't want to draw in it!


Debra Kay said...

Mim, is there a button on the side or the front of your computer that turns on the wireless feature? When I travel, I often bump that button and turn my wireless off-very annoying.

If you have a merlin card, sometimes I have to pull mine out let it sit (and cool down for a bit) and then put it back in, restart, etc.

With the Ipod sometimes just disconnecting it, restarting Itunes, and connecting it again does the trick. I have no idea why, but I'm glad it does.

Every Angel needs a break some time. The thing is, we can't spend every moment cherishing our loved ones if there are chores to do. The key (what I tell myself) is to just make the time you do have good times...

Mim said...

Thanks Deb - no - it's my damned computer, its a work one and takes alot of abuse. Today the wireless turned on for a few minutes and then went kaput again.
iPod - I'm holding off until I get home cause it is too frustrating!
But two hours of bike riding really helped my head!

Debra Kay said...

Biking rules!
I lost patience with MY Mom today, but all is forgotten and forgiven as she and my Aunt remembered I'd volunteered to take the to their cousins house (about 2 hours away) on Friday.
That's cool with me-I love any kind of road trip.

caseytoussaint said...

I hope you worked it out, Mim. I'm no help at all in these situations, but I do wish you lots of good cheer.

Mim said...

Thanks my iPod working which is key! Lovely walks down here with great music to excercise by!