If you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, you'll know that I had to take my laptop computer to Staples, to get it repaired. After all, it is under extended warranty.
Being without my laptop means that I do not have easy access to do the work I normally do, with my computer.
Not just my computer work, that I need to do for customers/clients. Also, for things like writing and posting my blog entry, here on LwL.
In a way, I'm grateful that this happened at a time when I haven't been working much. Certainly, since becoming ill and having two (2) operations, has cut my working ability, to almost nil. Well, until lately, that is.
Knowing that I have a client to work with at this time, it won't be a simple task to do what I need to do.
And, with writing a daily blog entry here on LwL, hasn't been easy. Especially, since I have been using my old laptop to write my entries.
My oldie, seems to work well, for writing, etc., as long as I don't have to go online. Well, that won't work for LwL!
At first, I thought it would be okay, regarding blog entries. But, I have received messages from Gmail that the browser I am using is old, and requires updating.
Hmmm... Truthfully, I do not want to do this, at this time.
Why? Because I have had to go to the library to do some computer work. While there, I attempted to write an entry and post it on the web.
It turned out that the browser the library uses, is not compatible with Blogger. While I could access the site to read my posted entries, I could not enter into the site, to my back office, where I write and post entries.
This showed me that before I select a browser to update my oldie with, I need to check it out on someone else's computer. Someone who is using a browser from the recommended list.
Should I worry about this? Not really. Even though it will be quite a while before Staples returns my computer to me.
So far, God has shown me grace. Enough grace to be able to continue doing my work for Him, by writing and posting here on LwL. Thank you, Lord!
Thinking about grace, I was reminded of 2 Corinthians 9:8, "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work:"
How thankful I am, that God showed me enough grace to transport my computer for repair. How thankful I am, that He has made a way for me to continue working for Him, even if it means I have to do part of the work at home, and then transport myself to the library to finish up.
How thankful I am, that each time I've arrived at the library, either a computer was waiting for me, or someone was just finishing up. Oh, Lord... thank You, so very much!
Until next time...
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