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03 October 2010

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Birgit

I hope they have your notebook up and running in no time. I had to learn it the hard way when last year my PC had the Blue screen of death. I was not that smart to make back-ups or to store data online and I ended up losing everything.
And how do you feel being without a computer? Last week it rained pretty hard here in Virginia. Some rain got into our Verizon box and we did not have internet for almost 3 days. Since we do not have cable or paper newspaper, it felt strange being without. I had no idea how dependent I am on my computer/access to internet: work, study, news, mail, etc.
O... and I love the pictures with Eli and the tools. In no time he will be saying "No, no, no I will fix this!" :-)

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