We've had some issues with our friend the red notebook . .
that has been a good friend to me.
A while back. . .
before the summer book tour. . .
we debated back and forth about getting a new notebook.
Mine was becoming increasingly more unreliable.
We shopped around. .
asked around. ..
conferred with the boys . .
and decided to take old red along for one last holiday.
She was fine.
I learned not to panic when she would unexpectedly take a rest. ..
give me her best blue screen and then upon waking up. .
do a disc check as though she was doing calisthenics for good health.
I learned that she felt much safer with her plug attached. .
and like an infant would look for her plug if she was left to think about it for a few minutes.
She was a tad heavy to tote around. .
though the weight lifting is good for us.
So. .just as I documented her arrival. .
I am documenting her departure. .
and as I sit here typing on a very quiet keyboard. .
with lovely backlit lighting. .
she is resting comfortably. .
likely having turned herself off as is her custom.
I've heard from a few of you that the learning curve is not so bad.
I'm already seeing that.
I would have never said so a few years ago. .
but I enjoy a new challenge.
since our focus will be different tomorrow ..
I'm leaving you with the color report for our yard.
I quickly zipped outside to take a few photos. . .
just so I could load them and try my new photo ap.
As you can see . .
the tulip tree is really catching the idea of the yellow hue.
I am all thumbs here ..
missing my mouse. .
but I think. .
I've written a post.
all for now. .