A Week Away

I’m just a week away from disconnecting with the internet. That’s with my old computers. It’s a new beginning for me. Change has come.

Well, I had to get another computer. I heard last week that my computer will not have support protection after April 8, 2014. If I used my computer on April 9, I will get viruses on my computer. That’s a bummer.

I’ve been finishing up what I can on my old computer. I will have to disconnect from the interent on April the 8th. I’ll use my old computer for photos, writing, watching DVD/s and listenig to CDs.

So, I was off to a new beginning when I heard the news of my computer. I was worried at first. I was getting use to it. My oldest computer is about 7 or 8 years old.

I’m adjusting to the changes. I see it as starting over again. I’ve been wanting a new computer. Well, I got one. 🙂

May we keep up with the news… May we not be bent out of shape when things change. May God grant us wisdom to change with the flow in life. Amen.

Thanks for reading,
Happy 229th Day of Lent!


About Susan

Follower of Jesus Christ, Worshiper, Caregiver, Love Searching Family History, Lupus Warrior: On Twitter , Facebook ~ Journal on Xanga under the username of Journaling_Susan
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2 Responses to A Week Away

  1. Humor_Me_Now says:


    I have replaced a Two NoteBooks due to virus damage. My new mini-I-Pad and Mac Book Air seem to be doing better.

    I wish you well.


    • Susan says:

      We in the internet world are having to get upgrades on our computers etc… I had too. Times have come for changes. I’m getting use to my new device. I like it. I have spellcheck.

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