Monday, April 16, 2012

Computer crisis and blogging "lite"

I'm having my annual home computer crisis this morning, so blogging will be light until that's resolved. Will deliver the pooer thing to the digital emergency room later today. It needed a motherboard transplant last time and is behaving in a smiliar way. Perhaps the end of its useful life has come --- we'll see. Meanwhile, I'll be using office computers.

We're getting ready for the Lucas County Historical Society's annual meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. today in the Lodge at Pin Oak Marsh. Anyone in the neighborhood is welcome. Dr. Neil Harl will be our guest speaker at 7 p.m., discussing memories of the Great Depression in southern Iowa. Pie and coffee will be served after.

It's chilly and windy here this morning after that odd weekend --- hail, wind and rain Saturday night and high winds yesterday. The hail fairly well shredded anything that was blooming, but I'm sure we'll recover. It certainly could have been worse and actually was worse west of here.

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