Thursday, 15 November 2007

Yahoo!

Yes! I can't believe I did it! I actually hooked up the printer on our home computer. You may think this is a small thing (it is) but for me it was a big surprise. So easy too. After the CD wouldn't work to upload info I finally went on-line to Epson and downloaded a printer driver from them. The really surprising thing is that it was B that told me to try finding something on-line! He who knows nothing about computers! Anyway, we are off and running. Heidi will stay home today and can finally get back to her customers after a week away. Me? I get to go to work to figure out that internet access thing. Hmmm.
October's Opal Socks are almost done.

7 comments:

  1. hmmm i think you're supposed to be working this time of day. err and me too :)

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  2. I am working. I'm setting up printers and accessing the internet...in two different places. What you read in my blog is just my work log.

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  3. My printer died. My PC is so old (it was a freebie from one of my sons-in-law) but it still worked just fine for what I needed. But now it says I need some parts. They don't seem to be available. The printer we have will not work because this gizmo is too, too, old. Texas Lady should arrive this afternoon. She did over 1000 miles yesterday and spent the night in Phoenix. You should see her before Thanksgiving. What are you going to do about Tacoma this year?

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  4. Where did you find turkey for 22 cents a pound? We paid 39 cents.

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  5. Debbie got it in the States somewhere. I presume costcutter or something like that in Northern WA

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  6. Nope. It was a store called Winkles. Because Debbie found such good deals, ie, turkey-22c a pound, Keebler crusts-$1.00 each, beef-$2 a pound, our food costs were way, way down. Really good. Call me and I'll tell you how down. You won't believe it.

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