Monthly Archives: February 2016

My New Life, and How It Happened.

As time rolls on, we all find ourselves aging. We find ourselves wondering how we will spend our remaining years. We watch the cost of living increase at an alarming rate at times, and wonder how will we cope. If we don’t own a home we worry about rent mostly, but we worry about food, medical needs, and basic day-to-day life. These thoughts came home to me in a very real way one spring month in 2014. My Mom passed away on March 31, 2014. My life completely changed from what it was, care giver for my mom, full-time, to on my own, no home or job. Through the ups and downs of figuring out a new life, my life took a few unusual turns.

It is an exciting life I live now! I live full-time in an RV. I got myself a puppy named Sophie, ( I still wonder, WHAT was I thinking). I have moved to Redding, California, (I still return to Santa Rosa on a monthly basis). I am restarting my business, (reinventing myself once again). I have a few customers who have stuck with me through time, (THANK YOU!).  I am ready to increase my business again, and I couldn’t be happier! But the best of everything, is the renewing of my business venture, with the adding of remote assistance service.

I can help you no matter where you are, or where I am, using a program that is installed on our computers. The program allows me to connect to your computer, enabling me to see your desktop, any open documents, and any visible private information But there are limits; I can only see private information for which you have given me your password. In addition, using my mouse and keyboard, I can do things like change settings, upgrade and run all malware protection, and update Microsoft Windows protection. I can also see and solve any problems that your computer has. If you have a problem you want me to solve, you send me an email and I will access your computer and assist you. If you are unable to email, I am only a phone call away.

I’m excited about the new direction my life is taking. At the age of 68 years young, I still ask those questions; but they don’t seem so scary any more. I write this to give encouragement. When life seems scary, if you are willing to be open to the unusual, it can be exciting too.  As I face the future, I look forward to connecting with new and existing customers.

 

 

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