If your monitor EVER displays a blue screen with white lettering saying (in part)
"Microsoft has detected a problem.................."
I didn't because I thought it was just another one of those Microsoft
thingy's that keep popping up..
I've learned that it's called the "blue screen of death."
I don't know exactly what the problem was, but my monitor and keyboard stopped working. My Niece Anne, and son in law Lorne have tried to fix it, but so far the problem hasn't been found.
My son-in-law is trying to save all the info on my hard drive. So far he hasn't been able to open it. I am PRAYING he can and the info is still there. The not knowing is a real pain. There's years of data on that little black box.
Another word of advice,
"back up what's important!
I did some back up but not enough. I have several years of hard work in genealogy files on that hard drive. This old gal is learning, unfortunately, the hard way!
I hope what I have written will save some of you from this hideous experience.
I'm learning my way around the new computer. It's foreign and the keyboard is so tiny, I think it was meant for kindergarten kids. I am getting an adapter so I can use my old one.
I will be working on my picture files and have some new photos to post. Of course the most precious are my family. Baby's Victoria and Ethan are doing well. Victoria is so delicate and lady like, except when she's wet or hungry. She has a very loud cry, but her endearing smile makes up for it. LOL
Little Ethan has long red hair and looks just like a little country boy to me. He is adorable. He lets us know when he's hungry and is eating good now. This little guy has a one sided grin that just melts my heart.
I'll stop for now. There's a lot to catch up on, but it will take time. I'll get around to your blogs as soon as I can.
Thanks for your continued prayers for my precious family.
God bless you all.|