Saturday night I couldn't sleep.
After tossing and turning for hours and being forced to listen to Rob's deeply sleeping sounds I had had quite enough.
I got up.
There was nothing on TV.
I headed to the computer.
The computer booted up and I snuggled into my blanket.
I looked at the desktop and noticed it was different than usual.
Then as it finished booting up the desktop informed me that the computer had been infested with a virus or spyware and I needed to install antivirus or anti spyware software quickety quick.
It was an emergency.
I am no computer whizz I assure you but I downloaded antivirus software and before it even had a chance to run the computer shut down completely.
Then magically it started to reboot and I thought all was going to turn out OK after all.
The desktop remained a different colour and although all the icons appeared nothing was clickable. Not a single file could be accessed on the computer. The computer I feared had been sadly murdered by this virus.
I couldn't exactly wake Rob up with the less than cheerful news that his computer had come to a tragic end in the middle of night. So I waited until morning.
Currently our beloved laptop is en route to Scotland to Velux head office to see if the IT department can resuscitate it. Who knows when it will be coming back to us or if we'll be welcoming a brand new replacement in it's stead.
So in the mean time we are completely computer-less.
So if you're wondering why I'm rudely not commenting on your blog or replying to emails this is the reason.
I have discovered that I can blog from my mobile phone which is from whence I blog right now. But alas it is like sending the worlds longest and most annoying text message and it is no doubt rather pricey too.
But I just wanted to provide an explanation as to where I am.