Change is hard

Usually I enjoy getting right down to business when it comes time to post on my blog. However, I’ve been procrastinating tonight because I am such a creature of habit, and I’m dealing with some “different” things this evening.

My husband needed to take the beloved and comfortable laptop which I consider “mine” on his business trip. He very nicely set me up in a different location on a computer which he got up and running, but . . . It has one of those ergonomic keyboards where the keyboard is kind of split and the keys angle off in different directions. It just doesn’t feel “right”. I’ve not yet made friends with this computer or its keyboard, but . . . The blog must go on, especially since the days of NaBloPoMo are yet with us. Besides, I do appreciate my husband’s thoughtfulness in rustling up this setup. 🙂

I’m still in procrastination mode, though, I can tell, because even as I sit here typing, I’m thinking, “OK. Bring this to a close. These few words will suffice for tonight. Isn’t there something else you needed/wanted to do?” So, I will try to do better tomorrow.

I wish you, dear readers, a good evening, and a comfortable keyboard. 🙂

2 Responses to “Change is hard”

  1. nad says:

    I think a laptop or a pc, it has become a part of one’s existence…there’s no way living without it, especially the one that is so attached to you.

    I used to have it at the office but now I’m working from home and still using my hubby’s and that is driving me crazy…as if a part of me is out there, somewhere…

    I’m urging my hubby to help me get a laptop of my own…

    So, I completely understand how you feel.


  2. Joyce says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog, and for commenting! I hope you receive your hoped-for laptop. 🙂
    I think I need to learn to be more flexible. Perhaps I have used a regular keyboard for so many years, though, that I am not meant for this unusual setup. 😛