Wednesday, October 21, 2015

WiFi at My Local Library - A Life Saver

What would we do without our local library and their WiFi?  I know I would be more frustrated than I am if there was not a place to check emails and blog comments.

How did we manage to go through our days and weeks without being tied so tightly to our cell phones and computers.   I believe life was more simple, carefree and easy going and we enjoyed spending more time with our friends 'in person' than on the computer and texting. Now we are afraid we will miss something - a phone call, a cute joke a friend sends through your email and of course all your blog buddies who comment on your posts, boosting your day with sweet remarks -- which I will admit is something I don't want to miss.  Please hang in there with me because one of these days I will have a working computer again.   It's always nice to see familiar friends stop by and leave a comment.  Know that I'm reading lots of your blogs, but since there is a time limit on the computers at the library, I don't have enough time to reply to all that I read.  I guess you could call me a lurker now. lol

I am going to the International Quilt Show in Houston next week, so I hope to have things to share when I return.  It would be nice to have my computer problems resolved before I leave, but there may not be time enough to find someone to fix it.   So far I have been unsuccessful in finding the problem. .

8 comments:

  1. I know what you mean... I am so tied to my devices, don't know what I do without them...hope you get the computer problems worked out. Have a great time at Houston!! Can't wait to hear all about it!

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  2. My library has been a life savior with Wi-Fi access when my computer geek was away from home . One hour a day. Its amazing what I could get done in a day without turning on the computer! lol But the really tough part was not starting my say at 6 am with a cup of tea and my favorite blogs

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  3. Sorry about the computer woes. Enjoy my home state.

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  4. I work in a public library so I KNOW how important that wi-fi is! Best of luck and I am glad you are able to check in now and again!

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  5. Sure understand about you having limited time to visit and comment on blogs, though it's lovely hearing from you! How exciting that you're going to Houston! Our quilt (made by Lora Douglas and me), "Ad Libbing" is in the show, and also in the "Quilt Fest" magazine. We're pretty excited about the latter. Hope you see AL (as we affectionately call it) at the show, and might take a picture of it for us. We'd appreciate seeing it in it's show environment. Have a super-fun time!

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  6. Amen! I feel the same as you when it comes to technology - I have a love hate relationship with it. I'm excited for your trip! I'd love to go one day. I was invited this year, but I know that October is a busy time for us and it was unlikely that I would be able to attend. So enjoy it a little for me too - safe travels!

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  7. Enjoy the quilt festival! Hope you've got a handle on the computer problems.

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