It is a good thing that I chose farming
Some days I regret my career choice. Sometimes after a long day in the field, I think I should go work in an office. These days are few and far between, but it happens. Lately though, I am so glad that I am a farmer. I am fairly certain that all of the technology in my life has become self-aware and is conspiring against me. It all started when I tried to upgrade to a new-to-me laptop. Something was wrong with my old one and I got a newer one in March. Of course, it took me until now to try to transfer all of my files. I managed to transfer all of my files and get my Microsoft Office installed. Then I tried to install my copy of Quickbooks. It didn’t go well. Intuit somehow got my account mixed up with someone else’s account. After a week and a half and way too many hours on the phone, I talked to a lovely customer service person who fixed the problem. She was amazing and computer problems are solved(I thought). Shortly after getting the laptop updated, I tried to redo my old laptop for Nathan to use. I killed it. Well, that was unfortunate, but I had just finally gotten everything working on the new laptop two hours earlier so all of our data is safe. Everything seems to be working fine for a week or so. I think my troubles are ended. Then I decide to start updating our website. I am terrible about keeping it updated and I am trying to be better about it. Well, I am not sure how or why, but something has happened to the website and I have to delete the whole thing and start over. So, after a frustrating few days of trying to fix the site, I spent a frustrating morning figuring out how to delete it. Five hours later, and here we are. I hope you like the new website. I am looking forward to spring when I will spend way too many hours working in the field. I much prefer it to fighting with technology. Wish me luck until then!