This is My Computer. This is My Computer’s Demise.

A few things ought to be noted, right off the bat. First, it’s not technically my computer (the bestest most brilliant friend, Alex Hillman) has generously loaned it to me for the Journey. This makes my predicament all the more woeful, as I suffer from an acute case of an Italian-and-Catholic-raised guilt complex.

Second, the computer is not dead by my estimate, but rather, the screen has met an early demise – the machine itself still has some spark left. Actually, all it’s spark left as far as I can tell.

What does this mean for me and the blog? Unclear. I won’t have access to an Apple or Apple-liscensed store til we arrive in New Delhi. I’m currently using Ayaz’s computer to blog (thankfully), but posts may be few and far between. Hopefully, I’ll be able to post new pics from our trip along the Bosphorus and the incredibly ruins at Ephesus, because, boy do I love me a well-preserved Ancient Roman ruin.



  1. Who doesn’t love a well-preserved ancient ruin?!
    Bummer about the computer. Am enjoying the blog. πŸ™‚

  2. Valerie Conners says:

    Thanks Valerie! It’s a true bummer – looks like I’ll have to wait til Delhi to figure it out!! So great to hear from you.

  3. bill conners says:

    sorry to hear about your pc…….but I know you will find a solution. hope everything else is going well.

  4. My condolences on the screen death. Now that that’s out of the way: yay, ruins!

  5. Ugh! Thank God for Ayaz! πŸ˜‰