That’s what the past two weeks have felt like – being lost in time and space! If things could go upside down and inside out, guess what? They did! And with more panache than was really necessary but if you’re going to do it then do it with gusto.
I won’t bore you with the gory details other than a computer that needed to be upgraded because of the overlord Microsoft was tinkered on and then it stopped working – well, it stopped working the way it used to and now “works” a new way which I am having to McGyver to use.
That was going to be rectified but Murphy and his law decided to become an unwanted guest resulting in a lot of time spent in doctor’s offices and getting a bit of emergency surgery done which has thrown a big spanner into life. It happens but wish it hadn’t. Then elderly family members had multiple visits to emergency rooms and much time was spent on phones trying to deal with that and being worried.
I could swear it’s been longer than just two weeks; it just feels like that and then some. So that’s why I’ve been away from posting here. Today was yet another doctor visit in freezing rain – are we having fun yet? But all is well and I went outside into the front yard to do some macro shots.
Macro photography is both frustrating and single mindedly soothing…. if that makes sense. So here we have a macro and a close crop of the same subject of a bush with stems, leaves and buds encased in beautiful ice. The beautiful patterns water makes when frozen just amazes me.
Ice like this I enjoy. Ice on the roads – no!