It's been a very long time since my last post. Much has happened, some of it is even interesting. I've tried to keep up with technology but I continually embarrass myself.
I miss the days of simplicity when I could take my camera on holiday and snap away to my heart's content and then on my return, take the rolls of films to Boots. Someone with a clue about life would print the pictures and I would count down the minutes until the hour was up before rushing back to get my photos.
Now, I get home and with a sense of dread, I plug the camera into the computer, turn it on and off again, swear, get some wine, run a bath, threaten the computer, shout, 'For crying out loud', or something stronger, get more wine and then perform a much less funny version of Basil Fawlty when his car broke down and he thrashed it with a branch.
We've recently got back from a fantastic holiday in Africa. I have managed to get my photos on the computer, but this has given me a new problem - I've bought a new computer.
If you're reading this (and thank you for taking the time to) and you see a picture of Victoria Falls, an elephant, giraffe or a zebra, I've had a good day as far as technology is concerned. The chances are that it was a fluke and I won't remember how I managed it for next time.