After 50 days of traveling, I was so excited to get home to a regular schedule–as real as my schedule ever is.  Mainly, I looked forward to being able to wake up and do my blog with no other obligations–free mornings in my own bed to write for as long as I wish.  But, alas, fate has other things in store for me, for although my visiting friend and my Acer computer connect fine to the internet, my Mac and my new iPhone will not connect to my router.  I’m afraid I picked up a virus in the airport–don’t know what else the problem could be.  So, again, I’m on this cumbersome PC  beast I have so many problems with.  I can’t post pictures, can’t figure out how to easily do the links. So, although it is wonderful to be back, I have to be careful not to let this one really big frustration rule the day.  I really do feel on edge.  I think today the prompt was psychic!!!

Traveler’s Log

Colorado was a bog
too much sog
airplane home, pet the dog
took a swim, like a frog
had some grog
tried to blog
Mac Air slipped a cog
off to the techie I must jog
once again, a rolling log

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “On the Edge.”  We all have things we need to do to keep an even keel. What’s yours?

6 thoughts on “On Edge

    1. lifelessons Post author

      Yes. I adore competent techies!!! They have saved my sanity a few times. Thanks for thinking of me, Mamta. I’ve just started working on getting the book that was in my wrecked computer reformatted and to the print. This next one will be “Sunup Sundown Song.”

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