Good Morning

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Actually it is not really good morning, but good evening as I am again playing with time. I decided I would not have time tomorrow morning to write anything worth reading, as I already have to leave with Mr. Swiss to his eye doctor at 9.30 a.m. to be sure to arrive by 10.00 a.m. Switzerland seem to have a love of early morning appointments at the crack of dawn, interrupting with my computer time table.

It is already quite dark outside and I have already pulled down the blinds in the apartment. I am now having a quiet few minutes in the living room with my computer with the TV running in the background. Mr. Swiss has already retired for an hour or so. Golden Oldies tend to sleep at various times during the day, and it is our good right to do so. We have lived our life following the rules and regulations of a working day, and there comes a point when we do what we want to do, doctor visits allowing for the variations. We now take care of each other, although my mobility is just  a little better than that of Mr. Swiss perhaps.

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My evening photos of the garden are a little different to those from the earlier morning, when everything is bathed in the oncoming twilight. The light is burning on our porch which makes a little highlight.

It seems that there will be a an update for my Mac computer which I have not yet received. I have heard many negative remarks that the computer no longer works as it should afterwards, so if I disappear you know why. Although I do have the best of both worlds, as I also have a fully functioning “normal” windows machine. I had another update on my iPad and iPhone this afternoon.

I did my usual shopping expedition this afternoon in the store to tie me over until Friday with food supplies. That’s another thing with those appointments in the middle of the morning, I have to plan the meals around them. When I only arrive back at home around 11.00 a.m. I have to make sure I can serve a meal just after midday, so am hoping to have everything under control.

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Our local supermarket is playing tricks with me at the moment. I just cannot resist a good flower selection. I have covered myself with the azalea choices and now the had this woderful display of kalanchoe for a very reasonable price. Mine is now slowly reducing the flower prodution, but I remained firm. I did not buy one, although who knows what will happen on Friday.

And now I say good night to all and sleep well, although when you read this it is actually morning (at least in my part of the world) so have a good day. And now to programme this work of literature.

 

4 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. I did have a couple of problems with the new operating system, which hasn’t happened in the past. I had to reinstall my desktop and screensaver photos and my reminders didn’t sync with my other devices. I did a little research and learned that I had to make sure the apps were enabled on the devices and laptop in the cloud. First the cloud wouldn’t load; then I had to change my Apple password. Finally it all sorted out.

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    • I stumbled into uploading the new system yesterday evening. After an hour it was completed on my Mac and I had a little trial, but was very surprised to see that everything was working as always. Perhaps because by more luck then judgement all my devices meet in a cloud somewhere above. I did not have to change any passwords and everything is functioning. Of course this new system is inviting me to partake in all sorts of gimmicks: more music, more films and lots of enjoyments which I really do not need, so I ignored them all. I am happy with a computer that swallows my photos and written matter, and I upload my photos on my other computer, the Microsoft machine, so no problem.

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