Tuesday, 20 October 2015

How to be an Idiot Vol: 3 Chapter 227.


As I sat recovering in the 'Coffee Point' awaiting my host bring the 'Americana' to revive me I sadly cogitated on the inherent stupidity I carry with me always.  You see I splashed out £35 pounds on a small Android with keyboard to act as a mini laptop when away.  I managed to download Facebook and one or two other things and then stupidity came to the fore.  You see when I logged on all I got was the 'Try Again' message as the password would not work.  This was because the week before I had to change the password and could not work out what I had changed it to.  As only one email was working and I could not get into it without the password that I had forgotten I was stuck!    
I could write on WORD as I downloaded this, FB did allow me to read but not write as I could not log in to log in!  I bought this thing as it had a keyboard attached as opposed to fidgeting with one on screen and allow as well before I left.  How frustrating, I could have blogged but without pictures and bored you each night.  It may be years before I need the thing again!      


Back to work with sixty delightful children and teachers coming through the shop.  Not much else happened but as Xmas approaches we will see folks wander around the shop more.  I was glad to get home early as I begun repairing all the broken bits at home.  Some have lain broken for a while and in the next few days they will be repaired, painted, touched up and just as bad as they are now.  But it's a beginning.


5 comments:

Lee said...

You should've written the password on your hand.

carol said...

Lovely orchid. I almost bought one just like that last week ~ but could not bring myself to part with the $22 for fear of killing it.

Adullamite said...

Lee, I wash occasionally...

Carol, She has loads of these and they last a long time.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I recently had a similar fright with not remembering where I wrote down a new password. Thankfully, I was shown where I had secured it from myself.

Adullamite said...

Jerry, The safe place to keep passwords often disappears I find....