Has the start of a new year ever been greeted with more hope and heartfelt wishes for it to be better than the one just past? I think not. Or perhaps some of us are just girding our loins (what a mental picture) and preparing the best we can for whatever awaits in the coming months. I am so very grateful for where we live, our community, the little oasis we've managed to build around ourselves and our
remaining brain power that enables us to make wise decisions that will keep us safe, sane, healthy and happy as we go into this new year. I wish the same for all of you.
This is the front of a nifty little book my daughter gave me for Christmas. Upon unwrapping it I thought, "Well, there are probably good tips in here, basic mechanics of sewing machines I should know. Maybe." Then it slowly dawned on me.
You see, a couple of months ago, she, being our resident computer guru, had asked me for my password to some site or another I was having trouble accessing. My password to that particular site? Hmmm. Wait, I have it somewhere. Some place. Now where did I mark that down?
Ta-dah! Here's the secret, hidey place in which to do just that. Slipped in with the other "important" books and pamphlets on my desk, not only will all my passwords be in one handy-dandy spot which will be easily accessible, but a burglar looking for all my highly sensitive material (yeah, right) will never be tempted to steal Sewing Machines - Home Guide Series.