My computer has gone the way of the setting sun 

My battery is dead on my lap top I said as I cried into my coffee cup. It’s only ten years old. 

My kids are always telling me to get a grip and keep up with the times. Ma, there is no such thing as a $1.00 movie, Ma, get over it, hardly anything is made in America, Ma, that’s just how fruit taste now. Quit living in the past. 

And so I have to accept that my lap top had a good run. Without money though I’m going to be writing my Blog from my iPhone for a long, long time. 

A good friend came to town for a few days and all of us old friends were able to get together at the Hau Tree Lanai for dinner. 


            That’s me on the bottom right. 


And like my computer that was fabulous while I had it this sunset was breathtaking and entertained me and my camera for quite awhile. Then it was gone. 

I still have my iPhone though so I can share short post and some very special moments. Here is the photo that thrilled me and once again made me realize how lucky I am to live in Hawaii. 


What are they all staring at? Not this photo the next one. 

This mother seal was the first ever to give birth on the island of Oahu. She had her little pup last year right here in front of the restaurant. Can you see it on her right?  She returned this year so that I could see it. Well maybe not but you can bet she made the reunion of old friends extra special. 

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4 comments on “My computer has gone the way of the setting sun 

  1. Jodie says:

    Great pic of you Karen. Sorry to hear about your computer…

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  2. That is a shame, 10 years is a really good age for a computer. The iPhone is a very handy tool for photography and blogging, they’ve come a long way since the first smart phone appeared. You live in a beautiful country, that sunset is fabulous.

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