I finally had to call for computer repair. Things got worse, and it sounded like I might have needed new puter...which I can't really afford now. But my greater fear was losing touch with you all - now of all times just as Mom's anniversary is approaching. I felt so cut off - so in need of being here. My repairman really sympathized and was so kind (his last trip here Mom was in the hospital bed - and previously, he'd see her sitting on the couch.) Up and running again - at a relatively nominal price, so please say a prayer for my computer guy. It's so good to be back here.
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