Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Putting off the resolutions

We had a wonderful Christmas. I was well-rested, energized, and ready to start my New Year's Resolutions. The #1 resolution - finish my next book. Yesterday morning my computer completely crashed. Our computer genius friend had no clue what to do. Stan took the hard drive to the recovery experts this morning but they don't know if they can recover anything - my books, articles, pictures and videos of the boys, journals I've written to my boys. I've been so sick I could hardly get out of bed this morning. I'm trying to refocus and find a positive attitude about the situation. Instead of getting started on my rewrites during baby's naptime I'll get to read Josi Kilpack's latest culinary mystery. How fun is that? I'm going to be forced to learn how to use the IPad my honey gave me for Christmas. Not as much fun as a Josi's book but a good thing. And maybe instead of burying myself in my writing I'll cook some dinner and do some cleaning while the boys are in school. Wouldn't they be surprised to not come home to a huge list of chores? How are your resolutions coming?

5 comments:

  1. I am sorry to hear about you crashed computer. That is not fun at all.

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  2. Sorry to hear about your computer. I hope something is salvageable. Meanwhile, your to-do list sounds great. BTW, you're gonna love that iPad.

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  3. Oh, no, are you serious, Cami?! I am absolutely heart sick for you!! I'll pray that they can recover at least something for you. I am so absolutely sorry!

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  4. Thank you all! I still don't know anything but the recovery repair guys were positive. I found out they charged Daniel Coleman $1500 to recover his data. No wonder they're positive, eh?

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  5. Holy. Cow. That's highway robbery! The sad thing is I would pay it in a heartbeat for pictures and videos of my kids. And journals to them? And your writing? Totally worth it.

    Good luck, Cami!!

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