Still no Charger

Just another short post and a recycled picture because I can’t upload pictures without a card reader or USB port. I used to do it for eBay using something called File Transfer Protocol. I can remember the name and the fact it took ages, but I can’t for the life of me remember how it worked.

The charger should be here tomorrow. I can’t tell you why, because Julia says I’m being ungrateful.

It has taken three adults to produce this state of affairs.

If I’d done it you would currently be reading a longer, better illustrated post. Least said, soonest mended, as they say.

I eavesdropped on an interesting conversation this morning. Someone who packs a lot of coins for banks was complaining that they are still having to use plastic bags despite everyone trying to cut down on plastic use. They were very indignant about it.

What made me laugh was that only five minutes earlier they had been comparing holidays, and the necessary long haul flights, they had taken recently. This included South America and a tour of the islands of the Indian Ocean.

To be fair, crying would also be a valid response.

Today’s recycled photos are cacti.

I’m hoping to be back on my laptop tomorrow.




12 thoughts on “Still no Charger

  1. Laurie Graves

    Too many people don’t consider flying a terrible source of carbon output. I supposed it’s because they love going places so much. Hope that charger comes soon.

      1. Laurie Graves

        I know. There is nothing intrinsically wrong about traveling. If only it could be done without the massive carbon footprint. Yay about the charger!

  2. Helen

    Your story of the bank teller (?) complaining about plastic bags whilst taking long haul flights reminds me of one of my colleagues consternation at friends of his driving eco-cars, getting solar panels etc and flying round the world.


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