I am computer-less at the moment. I am able to steal away a few times a week to use my husband's computer in the church office briefly when he isn't using it but until our new hard-drive arrives from Acer, to replace the hard-drive that went kaput a mere 4 or 5 months after purchase...until then I am computer-less.
Woe is me. I have been cut off from the world, from blogging, from Facebook right when the MOST IMPORTANT WORLD EVENTS IN A LONG TIME have taken place. From the joy of the Royal Wedding to the game-changer death of Osama Bin Laden. If there was ever a time I needed to tell you my thoughts, and to read others' thoughts about the ups and downs of our world it is now. Alas.
Well. I think there are worse problems to have. Like about a month ago when I was down in the deep pit of anxiety and depression. And come to think of it, I have been getting a heck of a lot of reading done. (I just sprinted through Unplanned by Abby Johnson and From Black Hills to Tractor Wheels by The Pioneer Woman.) And I've been less distracted with Burrito. She's gotten to the point where I have said enough times to her, "Mommy needs to check something on the computer" that she now says, "I check on the computer." Hm. Maybe a little breather isn't so bad.
Still, I would like to get up to speed on the bloggers' reactions to Princess Kate's dress. Ah, well. The blogosphere waits for no one.