Owls of Terror and Stuff

I have been without telephone or internet for a few days, and catching up with stuff and stuff will now stuff my hours with the stuff of nightmares. Including the fact that I now have a new tablet, switching from Windows to Android, and have to figure out the driving.

Let me ruin your day with one of my Rufus observations. I have spared everyone these for some time.

© February 2018 Colonialist

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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4 Responses to Owls of Terror and Stuff

  1. libraschild says:

    oh the days before internet!! what did we do?

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  2. Thanks for the chuckle.
    By the bye have you been following that disperser chappie, he has stuff, and his stuff is stuffed!


  3. Love getting new stuff, always excited until the hard part, such as how does it all work and how come there isn’t an instruction book? Fun though, isn’t it?
    I couldn’t get my head around the Windows tablet, which was odd seeing as I’ve used a Windows PC for almost forever, (well it seems that way!) anyway,I passed it on to a family member. Next I tried the Android tablet and found that much simpler to operate, which was probably because I had an Android phone at the time. Next came my IPad and after a few years, I upgraded again, passed on the old version and I haven’t looked back since.
    Love your Rufus observations!


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