Moved to Salem, Massachusetts 2 years ago.

I take at least one picture a day.
Why not share my pictures along with
a narrative about each photo EVERYDAY!

Friday, November 9, 2007

Days Flying By....

Well you know when the pictures stop life has caught up with me. So rather than show you what's going on you will have to settle for a wordy explanation. To start the week, my main PC died. Turn it on, lights come on, fans start spinning, hard drives read, but no BIOS CMOS screen. So the motherboard is shot. A new motherboard means a new CPU chip and new RAM and that all costs big money. Luckily I have my ol Pentium 3 750Mhz PC and the trusty Dell laptop but all my pictures are on the hard drive on the big PC which is not working.

Don't worry though. I can download any new pictures I take to the laptop so look for some pictures before this coming Monday.

Also, this last week Claire started her new job in Charlestown just a block or two away from the Bunker Hill Monument. The U.S.S. Constitution is also nearby in the harbor. As a strange coincidence PFPC (the place I work for) has a couple of PCs that need refreshing IN THE SAME BUILDING. So today (Friday) Claire and I will be driving to work together!

Also, this week in preparation for my work contract ending December 13th, I interviewed for a Desktop Support position at the PFPC site in Lynnfield. Lynnfield is only 8 miles from Salem and everyone there is very nice. I have made friends with the IT team during the course of my 20 PC refreshes I have performed there. The interview went well and it appears the only hitch in getting hired there is my current work contract ending December 13th.

Also, this week marks the official beginning of winter weather for us. Today the high will be 45 degrees and it freezes overnight. I love the new cold weather but no one else seems to accept it as well as I do. Time to break out the firewood.

So that's whats going on. Look for some pics to be posted this weekend and by Monday for sure.

Having more fun and work than I can handle in witch country,

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Right On, Making Your Dreams Happen in Witch Country...Inspiring!