The moving has finally ceased in all but minor ways and I am finding my creative way back to balance. Camera batteries are on the charger to begin recording the changes, the before and afters.
Things which did not fare so well; the copier. So, I've just installed a new one and am waiting with bated breath the see if it will work on wireless. After 2.5 hours, I am ready to move on. I am past the days when I want computers to devour my time, gnawing at the minutes and hours waiting for installation prompts and those cute service bars, loading, as slow as ever. Or has my patience worn away with the years?
I have but one picture to post, the only thing my hands have been able to accomplish since the third week of June when packing in earnest commenced.
Why this? Because during the move I lost all 10 pair of eye glasses over and over and over and over again. When I finally laid my hands on a pair that drifted out from under the car seat when my husband braked a little too fast, it became a dedicated challenge to make it so I could not lose those, thereby being able to actually look for the others.
This is the measure of normalcy. When I have glasses all over the house and a pair around my neck, but never, ever, permanently on my face!
So how do you keep up with vision challenges?