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Onward and upward! something that you say in order to encourage someone to forget an unpleasant experience or failure and to think about the future instead and move forward.

My e-mail: jjmiller6213@comcast.net

Monday, October 25, 2021

 spilt pop on keybor--no post this Sun,y


  1. Do you need a new keyboard? I have done that before too. Sorry that happened to you. I hope you are doing o.k. otherwise.

  2. I received your lovely letter :-)
    Bummer about the soda pop sticking the keys together.
    So many people have old working keyboards lying around unused. A computer repair shop or a thrift shop might have one lying around, too. Hope you connect with one!

  3. Oh, gee! Hope you've been able to get a replacement keyboard. If it isn't one thing, it's another!

  4. Dear Judy, I read your brief keyboard posting and then the two earlier postings. I've visited blogs so sporadically the last few months because I, too, like you and feeling somewhat down in the dumps. "Blue" as we used to say. I'm in what the French call a "malaise." But reading your previous posting, I truly realize just how good things are for me really. I felt so overwhelmed for you as I read what the week was turning out to be for you. It would make me sob inside. I'm pretty much unable to cry outwardly, but I can feel myself sobbing inside. I so admire you for laying out for us what's happening and then stopping to tell us that some many others have it so much worse. Thank you for reminding me of that. It's so true we need to look for the good in our lives and find the positive. As that old song says, "Accent the positive and do away with the negative!" So hard sometimes. I hope things are a little better. I hope so much that the foot is responding to therapy. Happy Thanksgiving. Peace.

  5. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Think of you and my Michigan family -- hope you're staying safe considering what's happening with Covid.