...computers set up by friends.
I had my third session with the man with the strange version of Windows 10 and, as predicted, he had not managed to open a file and insert some text ready for editing. So, using his rather strange text program, we put in a block of text from my web pages and tried to do the cut/copy/paste routine. It turns out that his text program will only highlight one word, one sentence or one paragraph which makes the editing program pretty useless.
He had another relative clean things up a bit - I only saw one red truck - and she wrote down something step by step for him which we had done the week before - probably clearing cookies. His email is stuffed and I have requested that he either find out what password will get him into his Gmail account or open a new Gmail account before he presents himself again in two weeks time. And hopefully get someone who knows what he is doing to get his computer up and running; I suggested a couple of people and alternatively suggested he phone UWA's Student Employment Agency for a hopeful student.
Himself will be back next week and I can see a battle looming for the only computer which sort of works. Himself will probably win since I bring a couple of my own tablets and a hotspot to COTA every week. The new receptionist was there and was being mentored by the general office volunteer who is not looking well. She is on new medication and still getting the dosage right.
I have finished knitting beanie No.3 and am all set to start on my Pink Pussy Hat and have finished spinning the first bobbin of Bruised Ego. I am limiting myself to about 60 minutes per day so it will take me a couple of weeks to do the second bobbin. It is spun fine and is destined to be a lacy scarf. I will spin the rest thicker and knit a sweater to match the scarf.
I am back to yoga again and am very stiff at the moment but feel much better for doing it. Hopefully, after Monday I will be done with all the medical specialist visits and can get back to a normal life. I am looking forward to it.