Wednesday 23 February 2022

Bear Is Very Happy

Wherethejourneytakesme - That is very kind of you. At some point we will run into each other, probably in Tesco! As for the mess, it's not temporary, it's permanent! Well, I'm working on making it temporary at least.

Sharon - thank you. Automatics are definitely an option

Bless - thank you. A manual or stick shift isn't that hard, once you get the hang of it. At least, not in my experience. But there is definitely something appealing about an automatic sometimes.

Eileen - All the weather can wear you down and it's hard to break out of it. As for computers, I have no idea.

We got a delivery today. It includes a case, motherboard, power supply, things, other things, different things and stuff. Apparently bear understands it. From what has been explained to me, it's like a perpetual computer. He can keep it going by replacing the case, replacing the motherboard, replacing the thing, the other thing or stuff, but only the bits that need to be done at a time. Bear is very, very happy indeed. I hope everything works just as it should.

I've got a little knitting done today. I admit to piling it up so that it looks a little more than it actually is, but here are some dishcloths. They feel great for scrubbing and instead of throwing out the next bit of t-shirt with holes, I may cut it up instead to pair with them for washing up. The double sided cloths keep turning onto the scrubbing side, which makes it hard to wash up some bits. Seeing the sparkly stuff definitely made me smile. 

Writing stuff - There is a chatty bit on my blog called, Do Werewolves Eat Dog Biscuits? Which I think is a perfectly sensible question. 

Hugs and good health to all. 


  1. I have never had a sparkly dishcloth - you could be onto something there! My brother dealt with all the computers and network for Huddersfield Uni and he has built his own from bits and pieces.

  2. Sounds like bear has everything he needs for his new computer! How wonderful is that? Love the pile of sparkly dishcloths! I enjoy doing the dishes, for the most part, but, having a colorful, sparkly scrubbie would make me even happier, I think! :)

  3. You mention "things that make you smile". I now find myself doing this and it certainly makes you aware of the wonderful things around you
    and am sure it is good for your mental health. Thank you for getting me started doing this.
    Liverpool winning 6 - 0 certainly made me smile!!
    Hugs Libby

  4. Putting a computer together sounds really scary but it's dead simple.... honestly, it really is. If I can do it anyone can do it. And the younguns have grown up with all this technology so it's great when they take an interest in how to build their own computer.

  5. Fingers crossed that Bear can build his new computer and get everything working properly. My nephew has been building his own since he was a teenager ... and I still don't understand!

  6. Those look really good!

    Lol - I love the title of the story.

    Bear sounds like he really knows what he's talking about. Must say although I love my laptop I don't know a lot about the technical side of it.