Moving the Queen's Computer

By: plapman , 12:14 PM GMT on July 04, 2012

Today will be overcast with a chance of a thunderstorm and rain.The high will be 28C. It will be breezy with winds from the SW at 10 to 20 km/h. Chance of rain 70% with rainfall amounts near 1.3 mm possible.
Tonight will be partly cloudy in the evening, then clear. Low of 16C. Breezy. Winds from the WSW at 15 to 20 km/h.
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Yesterday's task was to move the Queen's computer to a different location. What a job that was. Besides moving the hardware and her desk I had to rerun the network cable to her new location. I even found an external hard rive that hd been misplaced. it was one I had used to back up her laptop. Anything I had missed when I backed it up befor it crashed should be there.:)
I also gave the neihbor some advice on moving his irrigastion well. I couldn't go out into the heat. It seemed to ne giving me tia's. I guess with the low blood circulation I have the heat made the arteries dilate and lowered the blood preasure even more. I'll have to mention that to my doctor when I see him on the 13th and have him refer me to a cardiolist. Maybe the heart mir will show the reason for the low flows. I'll be sure to stay indoors and keep cool in the aced basement untill they find the cause of my problems.
There's curently a thunder storm nearby. It's funny the guy on the radio just said there was a lighting flash near the radio station followed by very loud thunder. About 20 seconds later I heard the thunder. The radio station is located about 2 miles from my home. If I'd have clocked the interval I could have found the speed of sound.

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4. shoreacres
11:58 AM GMT on July 05, 2012
The heat can do it, for sure. You're smart to take it easy - and keep it indoors. It's frustrating to be limited, sometimes, but prevention's always better than cure!

I laughed at the discovery of the external hard drive. Wouldn't it be fun to know how much missing information is lying around people's houses? I've got a couple of flash drives I need to look at, just to see what's on them. I used them for backup before hurricane Ike, and that's been a while. No telling what's on there, for sure!
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3. masshysteria
4:13 PM GMT on July 04, 2012
Good Afternoon Tony!

Glad to have heard from you again! I realized after posting my concerns about you here yesterday, that you had been online earlier and posted on Alley's blog.

You're not alone in feeling whoozy during any/all heatwaves these days. It's even affected me, at times, so both hubby and I stay indoors, with the air-conditioner / fans running, until natural cooler drier air returns outside.

I wish my hubby still had retained his computer tech savy post-stroke (like you) to help me with my ever-increasing computer problems. I'm going to have to take it to a computer specialist in the near future, as it keeps freezing up on me every other thing. I run my full Norton spyware constantly and nothing shows up, but I think something's inhabited it nonetheless. I'd hate to lose my ability to post with WU friends on a regular basis.

Take care and hope that a referred cariologist or other specialist can help you with your heart and related BP problems real soon!

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2. Alleyoops
2:49 PM GMT on July 04, 2012
Good morning Tony. Yes MUSH you are first. Been over on YLee's blog capturing the OLD FAITHFUL Geyser doing its thing. I now have a sequence of l0 photos saved of its spewing its steam... Sure saves traveling there....LOL

Yes Tony, heat can play a major part in how one feels, I know myself and with my BP woes, how it affects me.

Anyway I think a visit to your Cardiologist is a good idea, would not hurt to have a scan done to see how those bypasses are doing. It's time...

Have a safe day and stay cool. I know I am...
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1. unclemush
1:58 PM GMT on July 04, 2012
Hi Tony.Looks like I may be first.:)
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