The new Lenova is online. Nothing fancy, but I like it. Thanks to my shopper/installer. Though I'm not computer illiterate, my tech knowledge is, at best, average. I like my system stripped of all the junk that rides along with Microsoft, Adobe, HP, iTunes, et al, so I let the expert handle it.
I've been busy and haven't had much time for posting lately, but I've had many thoughts about possible posts. Here are a just a few I've been thinking about:
When a patient dies suddenly. It happened recently.
Reactions to extreme acts of charity.
Thoughts about my recent visit to a police station.
Visiting cemeteries: I visited one on the spur of the moment last week. Robert Reed (The Brady Bunch) is buried there. I wonder if anyone that knew him visits his grave. But that isn't what I'll write about about if I do a cemetery post.
Facebook is an online version of a high school yearbook with new pages added. People are often happy to reconnect, as long as they don't actually have to deal with each other in the real world.
The Catholic Church scandals: I've been involved professionally for 17 years, but I don't think I'm going to go there. Maybe a little a bit. We'll see.