Log In – Log Out – Log In AGAIN!

Log In -Log Out- Log In Again!

Log In -Log Out- Log In Again!

Tilt! Tilt! (slamming hand on invisible red button!) My head feels too full!

I need more internal filing cabinets and a truck load of folders to go with them! Where is that magic button to push to just have more storage in the brain without the panic?

I think I now understand why ‘geeks’ like me need two or MORE computers going at the same time! What with all this logging in – logging out – logging in again I think I’m losing it! And its just NOT THAT SIMPLE when you have to have different passwords for each place!

I tell you! I think I’m losing some pretty valuable knowledge in-between pounding my head on the desk every time I struggle with “Doh! What was the password for this place again?”, pound-pound, “Ohhhh, come on I was just here!”, pound-pound, like give me a break! How many times have I punched in the password for one place and it was for the place I just left!!

Sure, I do know about tabs, trust me. On average I have a whole WHACK open all the time. What with all the fact-findings I do daily (its a writers thing), all the blogs, pages, fbs, websites, etc…

Maybe this will explain it better…When you are a writer and you are blessed with the opportunity to have two or more stories collide at the same time, you MUST get them down at the same time. All writers know about the ‘blank page’ of putting off, so we must get them done when we have them. Ride the ride when its in front of you. With that being said…I need another brain!

For anybody out there, which is probably most, who work daily with computers like today’s writers, you know what I’m talking about! ( I would really appreciate your support in comments 😉 )

And just think, with everything going the  ‘ e-‘ way, wouldn’t it be common-sense to have 2 or more computers/laptops laying around? Especially, if one crashed or you accidentally spilled your coffee on the keyboard (pooching lips to the side while looking up in the I don’t know anything about that expression).

Now to present this to Pappy…

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About Mammy Oaklee

A wife, mother, grand-mother, farmer and wrinkly ol' writer, who's finally got some roots planted in 'The Heart of the BottomsUP 2/3 Acre.' A born and raised city-chick, who found many'a smiles where her heart had always longed to be, in the country. Digging in as close to the beginning of creations, and finding wonderment with a smile. I live my life as a rollar-coaster adventure, and always adding new dreams as old ones are full-filled. Of course, I write about it all!
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2 Responses to Log In – Log Out – Log In AGAIN!

  1. Patricia J Westbrook Illustrator says:

    Oh this is PRICELESS! Even though I’m not a writer, nor have as many things to keep afloat, I can empathize with the logging in, logging out and logging back in, not mention the passwords that can’t be related to anything. I truly enjoyed reading this and will share with others. LOVE IT!

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