technology isn’t old school.

cheap clomid pills my new camera (i dropped and broke old camera)

ritonavir india won’t behave and talk nice to the computer

until i give the new camera a nickname.

i have no idea what that’s about.

all i know is that i’m going to my first fiber fest ever

very early tomorrow morning

and i want to be able to take pictures

(not so very early in the morning).

feels like at this point that might be too much to ask.

IMG_7362naomi (new camera’s nickname) and i

did manage to take this really cool photo

of me wading through all the on-line registrations stuff.

so, i have hope that we can work things out.

maybe a snack, a little pbs and a few minutes of knitting

will reboot my head and get my thinking cleared up enough to

 take another go a negotiating a truce between naomi and the computer.

now that i think about it,

maybe the computer is mad that it doesn’t have

a nickname.  i can fix that…

‘cleared’ taken from 80:8-10 in the psalms.

3 thoughts on “technology isn’t old school.

  1. My camera doesn’t have a nickname, but our cars do! My car is called Liberty, Libby for short, and the truck is Rooney, because he’s red. LOL We’ve always named our cars. Our dishwasher’s name is Martha. I wonder if you can figure out why? It’s from a biblical story…..

    • my car has a name, too. it’s jude. my kid’s call their papa’s car ‘the car with no name’ because he refuses to name it. ha. my 4 yr old convinced his gramps to name his car ‘goldy’ because it’s gold, so i guess my kid are passing on the car naming thing. smile. and i do get the reference for the dishwasher’s name. so clever and i bet a good reminder of priorities, yes? it would be for me.

      • Definitely a reminder of priorities! I knew you’d get the reference. 🙂 Usually if we tell about our Martha, we get blank stares. Nice to tell someone who understands!

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