Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Sometimes it's about what you're not doing
I'm not shoveling, freezing, or coughing my lungs out. That's a good thing. Before we left to head south I was so sick that it was all I could do to pack the van. Often when I got behind the wheel I'd have to wait for my coughing to settle down before I could drive. After a week in the warmth I felt a whole lot better.
There's a fair chance that I won't have any Internet connection the next few days. If I'm not posting it's probably just because we are out in the boonies.
The campground here has respectable wifi, but only in a very limited area. It took from Friday until Tuesday morning to get my financial stuff squared away. My banking is not as easy as I'd like, but I've discovered suitable work arounds. The thing I'm not doing is staying home so I can do business in person.
Looks like my phone with my pictures won't be coming back to life. It's bad enough when they get wet, but when it's salt water one must pretty much give up hope. I found my old camera but I don't have the right USB cord for it. The frustration thing is that I've got about 6 of those back home. I don't think I'm going to buy a 7th -not for an old low resolution camera.
Come to think of it, there are a heck of a lot of things I'm not doing -like climbing a corporate ladder somewhere. A lot of “doing” is overrated. Hitler was into doing things too.