The Rainbow Twirl from Hell comes and goes, and usually she subsides after being awake for 45 minutes. Yesterday, I couldn't use the computer for four hours and, in panic with a report deadline, all-day PD, and an evening presentation for 350+ youth and families in Bridgeport, I knew I needed to act fast.
Lucky for me, I was able to retrieve the items I needed for survival over the next couple of days, and they transferred those to a lender machine, which works so much faster and efficiently, but the screen is 10 times smaller and my eyes are going batty. Ah, I can't complain, however, because I'm able to keep the ball rolling.
Phew. Wiping sweat from brow, but still threatened by the rainbow image of doom.
Today is a challenge of fifth grade writing, followed by the BHEA Award Ceremony at Fairfield University. I would write more, but the scare of computer demise about did me in yesterday...so that's it folks.