This turned out to be a “lucky” day for me. I decided to take my HP Notebook into the CARE building, where I could get a much stronger and more reliable Wi-Fi signal, to try re-installing Windows and my special applications. It worked!!
Between breakfast and exercise class I started the process of re-installing the Windows operating system, which takes a very long time. Since I had plenty of time to wait, after class I went with a group of residents to the Livingston Library to see an exhibit featuring posters and information about the King Tut artifacts. When I returned, the installation was still in process. It finally finished after lunch! Then I started re-installing my applications which the factory reset had uninstalled. All this took me the better part of this day to accomplish, but I’m now back in business and am a happy camper once again.
Tonight we watched the 1954 Alfred Hitchcock movie, “Rear Window”. It was originally done in black and white, of course, but it has been colored. It stars James Stewart as L B Jeffries, who is laid up with a broken leg in his tiny courtyard apartment. To pass the time between visits from his nurse (Thelma Ritter) and his fashion model girlfriend Lisa (Grace Kelly), he stares through his rear window at the activities in the neighborhood, sometimes using binoculars. It was pretty funny.