Living an old-fashioned life without computer is not bad — it is when I get it back I get slightly stressed when trying to catch up. It amazing how much I get done when I don't have access to a computer — something I say every time the computer ends up at the computer hospital. Having two large gardens means that I could spend day and night weeding, mowing and planting and I would still have two gardens that look rather neglected. I wish I could do more but it doesn't bother me that I can't. I'm still picking berries and taking care of them, leaving the weed to spread. We were almost out of müsli so I've made a batch — probably about 5 liters. It's not hard but takes some time. While we're having perfect weather to dry clothes on the line I've been feeding the washing machine most every day. And I've been reading and reading and reading some more.
Embrace change even if you want to run from it. Ralph Shrader
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It is easier to say what and who I'm not. — I'm not my profession — I'm not my salay — I'm not my age — I'm not my illness — I'm not my civil status So who am I? — a person just the right size and age — an untidy pedant — a conservative radical And what do I do? — weave — read — listen to music, classical preferably baroque