Friday, 25 November 2011


LastWednesday my computer repairer arrived first thing to "dose my machine up with sennakot."   As he worked, he told me that the computer will only do what you tell it to do.  "Huh," I grunted, "and I'm Kate Moss."  The other day, it wouldn't let me into my bank account, my curser got stuck and then I wanted to buy some cords but it wouldn't let me register on the site I wanted. 

Now GOOGLE'S joined in the fun, and won't let me go to some blogs, which is a shame, particularly as I was invited, only this morning to "pop by" by someone who had been very complimentary about my latest Magpie effort, and I wanted to see his, comment on it and thank him. 

Can anyone out there please elighten me.  I'd love to know why this happens.


Anonymous said...

Nothing is ever easy with computers. I'm sure they know when you need to do something urgently and then they conspire against you by freezing up, refusing to print or by some other sneaky method.
Bring back pen & ink, stamps & envelopes!

Rosamund Browne said...

Thanks for your kind concern, Sally. I wouldn't mind going further back, actually; quill, parchment and sealing wax

Helen said...

I have discovered the browser I use is a huge factor in reading and responding to blog posts. Internet Explorer being the worst! Google Chrome and Mozilla Foxfire being the best of the bunch.

Rosamund Browne said...

Thanks, Helen. I'll try google Chrome for starters