When I decided to take a break from blogging on 11th of December I did not intend to stop for as long as I have, as it's now three weeks ago that I wrote a blog post.
On 11th of December there was a lot going on here, we had the unexpected visit from a good friend John, who we had not seen since 1993 apart from a brief visit in 1999.
It was quite incredible; it was very emotional but lovely to see him again after all these years, a very special visit from a special person who is a close friend of Richie’s.
When I decided to take a holiday from blogging I only meant to stop during John's visit which was from 8th of December until 16th of December.
On the day after John left I decided to extend my time off from blogging to enjoy the days before the winter solstice and then Christmas before writing again.
Apart from time off from blogging I wanted to see what life would be like without my laptop and my connection to the outside world via the Internet.
I discovered that I can live without my laptop and the Internet; however my conclusion is that I can live without but I'd rather not have to do so.
I still have so much that I would like to write about, during my time off there were days when I could feel that I was overflowing with ideas for my blog posts.
Last night I decided I would start blogging again from today; it's not easy as my left index finger which I rely on is not functioning well, and is becoming inactive.
I should have made more of an effort learning how to use the Seetech computer in August instead I chose to write using Dragon voice recognition.
So now I have a problem because I can not use the laptop like I used to and it is very frustrating to feel that my index finger won't work that is so frustrating.
There is nothing worse than sitting in front of my laptop unable to click on any items or to scroll down or to surf the net or do anything much.
The Seetech computer worries me, however I will not let fear rule me and I intend to learn how to use the Seetech computer so I can keep writing and communicating.