My work computer died.
It's not nearly as tragic as Rebecca Marie's computer meltdown, but it's still an enormous pain in the patoot. Especially since this is one of those rare times when I'm actually busy at work. I lost all of my pictures and several personal documents--some of them might be retrieveable, but I'm not going to hold my breath.
I've already restored most of my Internet Favorites list (most important things first, you know), but I really miss the gorgeous pictures of Europe that I'd collected for my screen saver. I also miss all the settings that I'd perfected on my last computer. When I first signed on to the new PC, I got a message saying "Retrieving Your Settings." LIAR! Stupid thing didn't retrieve Jack--unless keeping English as the default language counts.
You don't know what you've got till it's gone, I guess.
I'll still try to post, but the next month or so is going to be super-busy at work, so my chances for reading and commenting on your lovely and entertaining blogs are going to be few and far between. Try your best to go on without me.