I'm slicing with the Two Writing Teachers community. It's always a pleasure to read what everyone writes about their lives.
It's here, almost! And I thought I had many ideas, but sometimes life itself holds the priority in sharing.
I think I'm fairly adept at tech stuff, know that troubleshooting can be fruitful if I work through everything, research and find patience, I usually can find a fix for the problem. I recently had my internet provider out to bring new equipment for my computer and my television. It's new, seems a bit faster, and I'm pleased. You hear a "but" coming. Yes! Tonight when I went to print, I find that the printer isn't working. I can't figure it out, maybe I'll try an online chat to get more help. Everything else is working, but this router is not "discovering" my printer.
I know it will eventually work, but I don't want to do it. I'd rather be reading!
I do wish sometimes that I could go back a lot of years and only worry about having a long-enough phone cord so I could walk around while I talk. That phone always worked!
I did find a quote that fits my thinking:
"If you don't get everything you want, think of the things you don't get that you don't want."
- Oscar Wilde