It's just past 9pm. I have spent the last little while installing another operating system on the really old laptop I purchased in October. It is a light version of Ubuntu, not recognized by Canonical, called LUBUNTU. It runs quite well on this old machine. Puppy Linux has its admirers. I want to like it, but it crashes too often and is so prone to file corruption that it's unusable to anyone who wants to get any real work done. I'm composing this here blog post on that old computer. Where Puppy might have crashed on me by now, Lubuntu is running just fine.
Tomorrow is Patricia's birthday. Never mind her age. It's none of your business. It's barely any of mine. We will have a day of fun, checking out coffee shops and craft shows (well, she can do that; I'll read a book or something). Saturday night, we'll be going to a friend's housewarming party.
It's early, but I think I'll go to bed. Lots of driving tomorrow.