Sunday, August 25, 2013

Living proof!


Our little granddaughter loves Bart and here is the living proof he is a very patient kitty!  She (and he) melt our hearts! 






 He is trying to politely get away.
 Talitha will have none of that, yet!


 Bart is wondering how to get out of the choke hold gracefully. 

Here is the end of patience.  Bart quickly jumped out of arms way and without any harm done. :)
 
Another kind of living proof is what a NEW computer can do. All of these pictures uploaded at the same time!  I just finished hooking up the cables, installing the programs, and taking a quick look at Windows 8.  I'm in trouble.  There are so many changes and it will take time to become familiar with it.  There are no short cuts to learning except to plug away and figure it out.  My photo program is going to be a challenge.  The old one was easy and the new one doesn't look user friendly.  It will come in time!
It only took me three hours to complete the set-up.  I opted not to load our files from the old computer but kept the important things on an external hard drive. I have a suspicion that many of the documents would not have opened in Windows 8 anyway.  It is refreshing to start all over with a new computer and with a clean slate. 

5 comments:

  1. Aaawww... poor Bart! But this is so cute too! Very fun... Congrats on the new computer and being back here. :o) And external hard drive is a great way to go. We have two and, and do routine back-ups. After two big crashes, we know what to do now... LOL! Thanks for the lovely comments at my blog, Julene. You always leave the most thoughtful sharing. :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

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  2. Oh boy...I'm really impressed that you got so much accomplished with your computer setup. Love the photos of the love being "patiently" endured! Sweet grand and sweet kitty!

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  3. Awww. Sweet Bart and Sweet Girl. We just loaded a new version of Norton Anti-virus and now my computer is doing funny things like not allowing me to switch from Internet Explorer to Free Cell. :(

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  4. I got a Mac after years of Windows.
    No issues so far...
    Proud of you for figuring things out, Julene.

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