Jackie's 4get Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

Logitech LX 710 – Windows Vista Orb

I started using the computer when I signed up for free computer classes at the local Drop In Center (D.I. for short) sometime around 2003. I got my typing skills up to par and bought my own computer. I’ve never stopped using it since then and as a matter of fact I reluctantly and shamingly admit I am addicted to it . The novelty has never wore off .

My intention was to work at home and earn some money with it. There is a lot of hype about earning an income online, and most of it is a big farce. Unfortunately I must have fell for all of the lies because I am left with a maxed out credit card, which I’m paying off slowly, and never made a single dime.

I joined myspace and was a regular religion forum member for about 4 years but I ultimately prefer blogging. I am still finding it very difficult to meet friends and blogging doesn’t come easy for me . Plinky helps a lot and I am enjoying writing a lot more .

I use Windows Vista and I bought a new computer 2 years ago.

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One thought on “How I Started Using a Computer

  1. Roshan says:

    Well you just met a new friend 😉
    And you should upgrade to Windows 7. So much better.


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