I changed the font here, from gray to black, and from 14 to 12 in size. I have been finding it difficult to read what I write, and this should help. I wanted a certain font that I saw on Word, but it wasn't on the roster of fonts, so no go there. Hope this all makes it easier to read for all of you visitors too.
When I got my new computer (HP) it came with a keyboard, but I continued to use the old one. BUT, the old one had a now-you-see-it, now-you-don't for the space bar (why not for the "Q" key?) so I switched out for the new keyboard. It is much shorter than the one it replaced, which gives me more space on my desktop.
I have been struggling with my MacBook Air, and although I called Small Dog Electronics (where I bought the Mac from, last week!), they apparently don't do gratis troubleshooting over the phone; they charge $50 for every half hour. No thank you. I got in a terrible mess for passwords on iCloud and start-up passwords, I changed my password dozens of times, apparently successfully, and yet each time I tried to log on, it wanted me to "confirm my identity" over and over. I ran out of passwords after about 12 changes, because it wouldn't allow any password that has been used in the last year -- sheesh! Finally in desperation I re-formatted the flash drive, and carefully selected a total of 3 passwords for all the various steps in the software. Even if I mess up again, there are only 3; I know one of three will be the right one. And yes, I wrote them down. Does anyone really attempt to remember all the passwords at all the sites?
We finally heard from Cousin Airhead, who referred to himself as a knucklehead, so I wasn't far off. My aunt (his mother) is in fact at home, and we will go to see her next weekend, before winter makes problems somewhere along the trip. I'm not sure if she will remember us, but this visit is more for us, I'm not sure she will last through the winter, and I want to say goodbye. A little morbid. It will be rough, the first time since my uncle passed that he won't be at the door to welcome us. I doubt if we continue bringing flowers (silk) to the graves of my parents, aunt, and sister, it is a long way to go just to change the arrangements. Maybe once a year?
It is 4:30 here and I am back to bed. Goodnight to all.
Thought for the day: "Young at heart; slightly older in other places."