Tuesday, February 06, 2007

hello

In the middle of everything somebody decide to upgrade she computer...don’t ask, just don’t ask.

Day 1: blackout...powercut.

Day 2: blackout...powercut.

Day 3: blackout...powercut.

Finally, it done.


I can blog again...soon.

20 comments:

ML said...

Great! Glad you're back blogging after those dastardly blackout...powercuts.

Sablonneuse said...

How did we manage pre-computers? When mine was down for a few days I was totally frustrated and being forced to tackle the backlog of ironing did NOT help!

cadiz12 said...

seems like there is never a good time for those powercuts. well, unless it's in the middle of a workday, that is.

Caribbean Colors said...

We've been having a lot of power cuts here on Caye Caulker too. I got one of those battery back ups which biges me about 30 seconds to shut down before I LOSE EVERYTHING!

beenzzz said...

I was wondering where you've been! Glad to have you back. :)

PI said...

As far as puters are concerned - never fiddle with the status quo. If it 'aint broke...

Caroline said...

I'm currently running out of disc space all the time... maybe I'm going to have to upgrade... argh!

Hope you get it all together soon!

ale said...

do your friends/relatives that live abroad miss these "everyday adventures"? seems like its such a part of your life, it would be so weird living without them!

Guyana-Gyal said...

Ale, don't tell them I said this but I think they have boring lives over there, tee hee hee hee.

Caro, disc space? Now I'm worried. I don't know about these things. Can you see my frightened face now? :o

Pat, the programme running was ollllld. Moses gave it to me when he passed by on his ark.

I missed you all, Beenzzz.

Hello, Hello Caribbean. See, life in these parts of the world, as Ale says, always an adventure :-D

HAHAHA Cadiz, yes, I used to LOVE them when I worked in an office.

Sablonneuse, I used to type tv scripts on a typewriter, and when I had to use a computer in my new ad job I was terrified.

ML, as Cadiz says, when they come in the middle of work [in an office] hooooray :-D

Olivia said...

LOL
Now I WONDER who this SOMEBODY is? *nudge nudge*

Guyana-Gyal said...

It's my mother, Olivia. My mother. [Always blame someone else when you can, even if it's not the truth].

Anna said...

Blackout? Oh ship, man! :D

dawn said...

Hey G.
Glad to see that you're working on the manuscript. Don't get around as much as I would like to with the online surfing, but when I do, you're the first person I check out. Hope to read your words again soon. dawn

*~mad munky~* said...

:o) xx

Stephen Bess said...

GG, I miss your stories. I'm glad to hear that you are coming back soon. We just got a new computer about two weeks ago. I'm about to connect some highspeed internet too.

Zinnia Cyclamen said...

Maybe it'll be worth it in the end. I hope so.

Arlene Wilson said...

Happy you are back.I too look forward to your posts.

They say the West Indians in the US have the good life, but I think we are more busy and frantic; you have more time to enjoy the daily aspects of life and the gifts of family and friends...

Guyana-Gyal said...

It's busy and frantic here too Arlene, it's just that in our busy-ness, in the bank, at the hospital, in the bus, wherever we are, we talk to others.

Me too, Zin, me too.

Ahhh Stephen, how I wish it was high speed internet here. Sigh. I think my isp is loaded with molasses.

Hi Mad Munky, good to see you again.

I am hoping for a nice, quiet weekend, Dawn, this weekend, when I can sit and read your new articles to my heart's content. Oh, you might want to meet Arlene, another Guyanese.

Yes Anna, I've been oh shipping all over the place :-D

Hayden said...

I hate computers. HATE them. always something wrong. they get the vapors if someone gives them a funny glance.

gela said...

So what's the upgrade GG?