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folk music music Social media The New Year

Goodbye!

I’m not much into statistics, of any kind. I don’t care how many views or likes or comments or follows or whatever else, I get here or on any of my other social networking sites. It just doesn’t interest me to know that kind of stuff. That’s why you’ll not see my “Annual Report from WordPress,” the “Your 2014 in blogging” review thing that a lot of you are posting. I’m pretty sure I posted mine last year, and it didn’t interest me then. So, why post it again? I’m almost certain none of you are interested in my boring blogging stats.

Instead I’ll just say Goodbye to 2014 and leave it at that. I’ll not list any stuff I did or didn’t get done, or any losses or gains, all that stuff is boring too. What matters most is to say that I lived and breathed, and I’m thankful for another year I got to do that. If the good Lord sees fit to allow me to do that much again in 2015, I’ll be satisfied.

I’ll leave 2014 and enter 2015 with a guitar pick in my hand, ready to play. I hope y’all are listening!

More music in 2015!!
More music in 2015!!
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Computers Martin Guitar Strings Restore/Recover Yoga

Time for drastic measures

The restore/recover disk should be here any day. I had to order a new one from HP because I couldn’t find the original one that came with my system. For those of you wondering what’s going on, my desktop computer stopped computing and decided not to load windows. This rather troublesome setback has given me the opportunity to search and clean my entire workroom. I’ve looked everywhere. It was probably thrown out with the box my computer came in. I’ll never know.

Update: Restore/Recover failed. It appears it may be time for a more drastic measure, like taking the tower to a computer repair shop. Either that or a drastic measure that would involve me taking a peek inside myself, and no, I didn’t mean inner self-reflection. But since I mentioned it, I’ve been wondering about yoga and if it would add to the success I’m having with a lifestyle change. I know it involves meditation and self-reflection, and sitting and stretching in all kinds of weird ways that my 57-year old body might object to. This is a digression, I want my desktop computer back, and I’m willing to take another drastic measure.

As it says on the back of my Martin guitar strings T-shirt: “Stay tuned.”