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August 18, 2011

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Speaking as one who is not very tech-savvy, I know that it's just impossible for me to use the Internet without my husband's help.
I will go over and wish Millie Garfield a happy 86th. She is incredible, and she has such good support from her family!

I give them full points, too!!! And I love Millie -- she was one of the first to welcome me to the Blogosphere!!!

Hattie--Back in the 1980s, while I was living in Albuquerque/working in whatever other state and Hunky Husband was living here, he would call me for computer support. Once he retired (1993) and began spending more time with his own computer, he became more savvy and by 2000 or so, we were to the point where sometimes I was/am helping him and sometimes he was/is helping me.

I agree that Millie is incredible and that her son provides her incredible tech support. Good for both of them!

Kay--How interesting that you and Millie have such a history. That is sweet! I know that she was among the first of my regularly visited blog sites - as would have to be the case for anyone who found Ronni Bennett early in their blogging days. I started out reading Bogieblog. From her I got to Buffy. I'm not sure which one of them led me to Ronni; but, it had to have been one or the other. Ronni's blog has provided the URLs of nearly all or all of the blogs that I have visited over the years. (There was one or two years during which I visited/lurked at blogs, but did not have a blog myself.)

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