My computer is in the shop. If I didn't have this Kindle, I'd be off line. I once had two high powered top of the line desktops, which I got from my old company when I retired.
However, my son commandeered them and hauled them off to his apartment, where they are doing duty in his computer room. I don't know what exactly they are doing but they are dedicated to something or other.
The ferrets go to the doctor on Saturday morning. I am hoping she can give them some medicine and they don't have to have operations. The survival rate for adrenal disease is not good, but maybe that is not what they have. One hard thing about having little animals with a six year average lifespan is you have to watch them go through their whole life cycle. They go from young and strong to old and infirm, and it's hard not to think about how that applies to humans as well.
It is still cold here. Honestly, I don't remember having so much cold, for so long, in December since the late 1980'
s up here. Now they are saying another rain storm is coming Saturday and God knows the last thing the mountains need right now is more wind and rain.
I saw another edition of American Frontiersman today. I didn't buy the premier edition because it was mostly primitive living oriented. This one had a lot of stories with the word "survival" in them, but it still looked like it was more for people trying to go back to the days of the Mountain Men, so I passed.