IN WHICH I enjoy a Valentine's Day, I remember a year ago, and an Apple goes to the hospital.
I suppose I should begin with my computer needing to be repaired.
For those of you with any kind of Mac you are familiar with the little beach ball.
You know the one I am talking about.
The one that tells you to wait.
Well, I would wait, and wait, and wait.
I assumed this was normal.
Alexandra, however, assured me that I had the slowest computer in the world.
I brought it in for a check up.
She was right.
After purchasing TWO external hard drives
(I'll explain that another time)
I learned how to back up my computer,
take all photographs off
I left my baby to be tested.
Hard drive - check
Software - not so much
The wonderful "doctors" at my Apple hospital
found the problem,
and now I am sort of back up and running.
A year ago
Kenny had a seizure
Some people with FTD do
There was no roadmap. There still isn't.
Graham and Alexandra were both home with us
What happened because of the anti seizure medication
I am so grateful for the time we had