Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Tech Support

The Queen is exhausted! I really shouldn't expect so much of her, but she is the boss (and a great one at that) and bosses are required to put in long hours. They are also expected to wear many hats in a day. In fact, night before last, she had a hard time convincing me to quit working and get some rest, so she put on her computer programmer hat! She pressed exactly the right 4 keys TWICE and completely disabled my wireless. I couldn't do anything but call Dell. By the time we were done getting it up and running, the entire team in New Delhi were laughing hysterically (I could hear them in the background, and I am sure every time he put me on hold to look something up, he told them of this crazy American lady and her genius feline). And I have to say, I was laughing the hardest of all. I literally had tears streaming down my face. When he put me on to talk to his supervisor, it was all I could do to say things were taken care of to my satisfaction. What an amazing and fun life I lead!

6 comments:

threecollie said...

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Been a while and it sure was nice to "see" you. Are you sure your kitty wasn't a border collie in another life? lol

Laurie said...

Thank you for stopping by too! I have finally realized how much I miss blogging! And it's so funny you should say that. Queen Emily really does think she is a dog! She was raised by a border collie and a Welsh corgi. She loves to fetch and has never in her life meowed, she always squeaks as if she is trying to bark. Add to that, she HATES cats! She hisses at herself in the mirror and her tail puffs up too! She's a funny muffin for sure!

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Anvilcloud said...

In the early days of computer, I typed a lesson in, and the cat went by and disconnected the power. There was no such thing as background saves or recovery in those faraway days.

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