Category Archives: Change

I’m fifty, so I can do whatever the hell I want.

I haven’t written a blog post in some time. I didn’t mean to abandon it. Many things were happening in my life, and time just kept rolling along whether I wanted it to or not. Said goodbye to a pet, … Continue reading

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User Unfriendly: Age makes a difference when using computers.

I was born in 1965. When I was a very small child, my Dad worked on one of the first computers in the state. He took me to see it. It filled an entire room and was programmed with punch … Continue reading

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Yard Sales and Memories

Yard sale. There’s a million jokes and a certain amount of disdain associated with that phrase. “No one’s going to pay five dollars for that.” “You must be really hard up for money.” “Who wants to buy other people’s junk … Continue reading

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Back Home Again, in Indiana. Part 1

One of the lovely things about working in downtown Indianapolis and having to walk twenty minutes from my parking lot is that I have loads of time to look at the buildings. And look at them I do. I stare … Continue reading

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Moving Sucks

Moving What can I say about moving? Moving sucks. Moving out of a seven room apartment into two rooms at your aging parents house sucks ass. Moving when you’re nearing fifty, when you have a family emergency that gives you … Continue reading

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