This morning I pushed that little button on top of my computer tower and nothing happened. No little click followed by an electronic grunt and a flood of blue light. Just silence. Uh-oh. I knew it was coming for about two werks now, but it was still a sickening moment. So now I am learning all about mobile blogging on Mise Busy's tablet. (I haven't figured out how to change the font color on my side comments or use spell check. The buttons are there, but they don't seem to do anything.) The typing is a bit time consuming, but on the upside I dont have t8ntransfer photos from on3 device to another anymore.
Really, not having a computer may be a small loss. I know that our society depends on them greatly (after all its how I communicate with you), but perhapse we depend on them too much. I personaly am (or have been) addicted to the easy information a computer with Internet provides. Being the owner of a constantly wondering mind, I could spend all day at my desk chasing information trails online. It almost seems liberating to think off all the time I will have to devote to my craft and my creations now that surfing the internet will be a little less convenient.
So what do I plan to do with my new found time? Meditate longer, actually write the spells I have floating around in my head, create items for my future Etsy store, sew a ton on my new sewing machine, work on my BOS, and actually take the time to read. If it all gets too low tech to handle and my thumbs can't handle doing all the typing, I can always get my fix at the library.