AboutThe life and thoughts of Freda Marshall, a retired Church of Scotland minister living amongst the mountains and glens of Argyll.
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Do you remember the days long ago when we had a problem with our computers, wi-fi or technological internet kit? We used to phone helplines, spend ages on line, then follow the instructions of seeming gurus, who knew how to … Continue reading
It’s been a strange old week – yet more power cuts. I’m afraid it has led to some grumpiness, more from me than HBTW. I really am grateful for the quality of life we have in Scotland, but not having … Continue reading
Note the gap between the two dogs. Bertie is gradually learning that he cannot take liberties with Misty. By the time he is going home on Monday he will be acclimatised, and hopefully that means he will be well-behaved at … Continue reading
Just as a by the by yesterday was my late Father’s birthday. He would have loved all the new technology. May he rest in peace.
Yesterday I was talking about how knitting and crochet calm the soul. As you can see from the photo (excuse the chins!) I am more inclined to be waylaid by technology. And even more so now that I have been … Continue reading
Filling in the census form this year was so easy it was not true – online that is. I looked at the form with its many pages and little boxes for each letter and groaned – individual boxes slows down … Continue reading
It’s strange what we can face up to where change is concerned; equally there are times when we want to dig our heels in. I’ve had to change my rss reader because bloglines is closing down at the end of … Continue reading
It is bad enough living in a time when multi-tasking is the norm; it can be so stressful. I’m sure you know what I mean: surfing the net; checking emails; trying to think of a facebook update; listening to the … Continue reading
Have been given a much appreciated present of an ipod nano. So today is about playing around with loading tunes. More technology to learn, but then I can join the upbeat generation.