My desktop computer, which is nearly nine years old, has begun succumbing to its advanced age in a bigger way than its previous bouts with painfully slow processing: it will no longer connect to the Internet; the drivers that facilitate that task have given up. This event occurred as Mercury Retrograde was ushered in.
So, until I can replace the tower (all the peripherals work just fine), I'm relegated to my multi-tasking Galaxy Tab (its original incarnation), upon which I'm typing this post with one determined finger. I'm grateful to have some connectivity!
Since I'm thus limited, I thought I'd keep it simple and share one of the quotes that arrived in my inbox this morning. Enjoy the quote and this beautiful day.
“The women of today are the thoughts of their mothers and grandmothers, embodied, and made alive. They are active, capable, determined and bound to win. They have one thousand generations back of them...”
— Matilda Joslyn Gage