Lost in time

Just touching base. Missed posting yesterday as we were thrust into a time machine. Without Internet I suppose we must have spent the evening in 1970-something. Catch up with you soon!

13 thoughts on “Lost in time

  1. Glad to have you back. I look forward to your next post. Re: time machine. Just think, when I was a child we had dial phones and memograph machines.

      • Sorry livingvictoriously, I am a poor speller.

        The stencil duplicator or mimeograph machine (often abbreviated to mimeo) is a low-cost printing press that works by forcing ink through a stencil onto paper.

        Along with spirit duplicators and hectographs, mimeographs were for many decades used to print short-run office work, classroom materials, and church bulletins. They also were critical to the development of early fanzines because their low cost and availability enabled publication of amateur writings. These technologies began to be supplanted by photocopying and cheap offset printing in the late 1960s.

  2. I wondered how you managed to write a post every day… I guess you are human after all…. Hugs. ❤

  3. Oh, I hate that…the computer not working/Internet service not working is THE WORST! It is like this total feeling of utter powerlessness and disconnection that only we who live in the modern era can ever really comprehend. Glad you made it out…

  4. I’m glad for the break. I can only catch up on the weekend and sorry to say, I didn’t miss you at all. In fact the daily blogs are hard to keep up with and lately I have trouble reading all of them. I can’t begin to imagine how busy you must be working , running a household full of children and posting every day.
    However I am grateful for your posts and find them a great aid in making me a friend to myself, a concept that was new for me till I ‘met’ you.

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