Monday, 28 April 2014

Musing Wasted.



I sat in the early morning freshness the park offered this morning and mused. This resulted in a wonderful post concerning friendly people, dogs, crows and daisies.  The east wind caused a wee bit of a chill and at eight in the morning the sun had not removed the cloud cover yet leaving what to me was a perfect Edinburgh Summer afternoon.  Up there the folks would be taking their shirts off, putting on dark glasses and asking for sun cream!  Here they wrap up in large coats and mutter about the cold!  Tsk!
Sadly however while I enjoyed the fresh air, especially as I had not really got out yesterday, and I was intending to hide my face behind the laptop today, first to remove the glitch that has arrived and them seek out dead soldiers, things did not turn out right.  The thing is I did manage to work out how to fix the Windows Live Mail, it would not send photos and IE came up by itself and that would not work.  It appears something has been switching things off.  The 'proxy' setting was on, but it ought not to be on! That fixed Windows Live sent pics again.  Little things have been arriving, a strange new 'Google' page for one, yet the defenders claim all is well.  Bah!  The search for dead men got somewhere, a better picture emerges, yet there is such a long way to go, and now I have to meet someone on Saturday to offer information we don't have! Tsk!

The things started well, but after lunch all fell apart.  I fell asleep, diner took for ever, I sauntered out, and once the muck I called dinner was over my sister phoned.  You will of course realise that as she is a woman and has not been on for months she had lots to say!  She did!  Lovely it may be, informative, enjoyable, but my ear burns now!  This means my wonderful erudite post fell from my brain and once again, late, unready, I am filling space waffling contacting the real world via the internet, which may not be wise after all.  Why does the brain function so well at different times. My body gets weary yet my brain offers deep thought late at night, however before that, around now, it is befuddled.  Early in the morning I am either still asleep or desperate to get going, but the brain is not always as sharp as it is late at night, why?  Who knows what state it will be in if I wake at three in the morning.  Bah!




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7 comments:

Lee said...

It's all the fault of we woman...we are the cause of all your memory failures...and your ringing ears and wringing hands...'tis us!

the fly in the web said...

My brain works best in the mornings...but its activity is derailed by trivia like breakfast, coffee and lunch, after which it switches off until early evening in time to be derailed by supper....

Adullamite said...

Lee, Indeed!

Fly, Mine died today after work,

Nobody noticed....

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

If you have not already heard, even Microsoft engineers are advising everyone to not use IE at all until a serious security flaw is fixed.

Adullamite said...

Jerry, Yes I heard. I never use IE but with the email playing up I knew that often caused a problem.

Mo said...

I read an article the other day (but can't remember where) that recommended seeing everything as colours then we would remember. Probably just easier to find someone else awake at the same time as your brain. The beauty of the internet. When its working.

Adullamite said...

Mo, That sounds very Daily Mail. Certainly those with smart memories train them this way, also using other ideas.
Everything appears kind of gray around me....