Installing Windows 10 proved more than I had envisaged. As a new system, very few people, and of course least of all me, knew what was going on. I would have to say I was totally deluded in relation to system operator and computer drivers. Through a multitude of missteps, and an odd part of good fortune, my system in now reinstalled. I would like to say that I am now reinvigorated, but that seems far from true. I seemed to have drained away.
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Hannah made herself at home from the beginning. Now that seems to be four years ago. Where has the time gone? I imagine chances are that her life has improved, possibly a testament to her optimism.
A good idea perhaps, but I for one am crashed. I am hoping to solve the many problems tomorrow. This may be wishful thinking.
This is the written submission I made. Don’t to under any illusion that I know anything about the grammar relating to verbs, or writing. The 300 word limit imposed discipline on extraneous observations, but I made dreadful mistakes, including of word order , which I have corrected here. I just wanted to be done.
This quote, from The Nelson Mail, caught my attention:
This week we followed a new path to a familiar area. We visited the old mine dam. It was in parts a climb, but we all seemed to be able to take it in our stride. I heard a chain saw and voices through the trees, and it was a good idea to avoid any problems that might otherwise arise.
Yesterday marked the seventieth anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Not content, another atomic bomb, three days later, was dropped on Nagasaki.
When crimes go unrecognized, other crimes are given licenced. Fundamentally, the issue is the rule of law, and whether the nation state system will continue and human beings perish, either by nuclear war or climate change.
I have long understood that Dexter and Hannah move through a different sensory landscape than I experience. Or, maybe, I haven’t in reality being separated from their experiences. I am part of their stopping to sniff what they see, and their behavior is casually observed, often with impatience. We point our cameras at both objects and subjects, and it is an arbitrary distinction.
As far as Dexter and Hannah are concerned, there attention can sometimes seem as it is drawn to every blade of grass. There senses often prove more acute, and it is wise to take notice.
It seems important to note what is taken notice of and what we may turn our backs to. Sometimes this response is not due to lack senses or ignorance.
I don’t remember having a winter this cold. Sure, this is a limited memory. I have heard stories of other places where it is now and was colder by far.
There are no enough responses for the survey to have any credibility, but recently in conversation I have been masking the assumption that Bureau of Meteorology forecasts are accurate. None of my interlocutors have contradicted the assumption.