Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Temporary Breakdown


Suddenly my computer went weird-
did things it's not suppose to do.
Panic feelings tried to engulf me,
but they do absolutely no good.




So, I turned off my computer, tried
to reboot it only to have it say some
strange things I didn't understand.
I, too, am like that at times-overloaded.


Time for me to push the pause
button-but where is it to be found?
Through tears and soul searching
I remembered what life's all about.



Good times, bad times, frustrations
and disappointments along with the
blessings and growth possible only
by continuing and never giving up.

4 comments:

Millie said...

After caring for Gladys Osborne & cleaning her home throughout her illness, Roger gifted me with her computer after she passed on for being so helpful. I was so appreciative of it and since it was my very own first computer (Windows 95) I treasered it and I took good care of it for 5 years. Then one day I turned it on and nothing happened. It had finely died and since 95* I realized it had lasted so long because it was cared for by 2 ladies. This last April I purchased my new computer (a Windows 7). I thank God for this computer also, it now holds all my important files and I have enjoyed it so much.

Keep caring for your it only needs tender loving care like we do,

Cheryl said...

This was a great post Lin! Reminds me to pause on occasion, check out what is really going on with me and then regroup and carry on! I hope the computer is ok!

Mare said...

When my computer was in repair for an entire week, I realized how much time I spend on it. I really missed it.
I hope you figure out what the problem is...if it is a laptop, remove the battery for 20 minutes and then put it back together and reboot. Good luck, Lin!

Rambling Woods said...

I hope your computer is OK...but well said...I need some time to pause and to reboot and charge my batteries....