Thirty-nine days after the death of Frank, we welcomed a new, fully functioning computer into the family. This resulted in much rejoicing in our home, and I'm now actually capable of having three different windows open at once.
Plus I have my music back.
And my Photoshop.
We have not yet officially named the new computer. It takes a little bit to discover a computer's personality, after all.
Last weekend, Rapier Wit and Literary Cat came down for four days. The first day, Literary Cat, Adorable Nurse, and I walked down memory lane (literally as well as figuratively), made food for the guys, and then had a fun night just hanging out.
The next day I was considerably ill, but it could have been worse, so I'm still grateful.
Saturday all of us got back together to play D&D, and something that I've been planning for months finally occurred to my character.
(My almost-teenage cleric is going to be angsty for a little bit. Lord have mercy.)
Also, Literary Cat loaned me The Broken Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin, which is the sequel to the book she gave me for Christmas, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. So far I've managed to keep from disappearing inside of it, but I have a feeling that after I'm done catching up around the house today and tomorrow, I'm going to disappear Wednesday and devour it.
It's good to have friends who feed your addiction.
Sherri made it safely back from her visit with will and family, which I'm very glad for. I've missed my sister terribly.
Overall, there's a lot of happiness in my life right now, and I felt like sharing. I hope things are going equally well for you!