Summer Waxing Summer Moon
This morning the temperature has fallen back to 65. Good garden weather for moving mulch and repairing netaphim.
Electronic gremlins have given me fits for weeks now. Not strong fits, but sure annoying. A while ago my computer refused to recognize my disk drives. On a day to day basis this is not a problem, but on those days when I want to play a CD or reload software or look at photographs saved to disc, on those days it’s a total frustration.
Then, sometime after returning from the trip to South Carolina, Georgia and Florida my photoshop elements photo organizer seized up. It opens with a large rectangle in the upper left of the screen and a smaller slice vertically to the far right. Nothing happens after that. Again, on a day to day basis, not a big problem, but when I want to manipulate photographs, something I do often, particularly to make them smaller so they’ll fit on this website, I’m shut out completely.
In all these cases and the one below I try to sort stuff out myself. I have a pretty good, but not perfect track record at this. I never could figure out how to set up our wireless router, for example. Geek Squad. I may have to take my computer over to best buy.
The last couple of days, too, I’ve been bothered by a diminished stream. No, nothing that Flomax could cure. I’m talking about irrigation system. I’m very familiar with the amount of water that comes out of a given spray head. When it comes out in a weak flow, something is wrong. It happened last week and I called the well guy to check the well reservoir. Works fine and he did not charge me. Whoa. Again, this morning a weak flow. Hmmm.
Kate said, “I know why it’s weak. The front sprinkler is on.” Now that’s just strange. This should never happen, two zones on at the same time, unless two different programs are scheduled for the same time. Nope. I checked that, not the problem. Zones run in sequence. 1 runs, shuts off, then 2 runs, shuts off, then 3 runs and so on. Why this should happen, I don’t know, but I hope the folks at Rainbird can explain it to me.