Somehow all this stuff has found its way to my office. Why? Why? Why? I don’t need more stuff in here, trust me.
Multiplying computer parts
It all started when I finally gave up on my old color printer a couple of weeks ago and broke down and got a new one. I had just purchased new ink cartridges for the old one and I’m still wondering what to do with those. I hate to see them going to waste. And now that was an unneeded expense. I must have a hundred dollars in new ink cartridges I can’t use now, including three extra large new black ones. I would cry, but that doesn’t solve anything, does it? I’m sure someone savvier about these things could fix the printer. I guess I need to think about donating this somewhere.
Aside from that printer issue, hubby decided I needed a bigger computer monitor for my desktop. He finally got busy cleaning off his desk and taking apart the old computer that’s been there for years and not working. So one day here he comes and hooks up his old monitor to my desktop computer, so now my old monitor, which is fine by the way, has joined the color printer on the floor of my office. Sigh.
Everything else from my husband’s old computer setup ended up on the dining room table. This would be okay for a while because we eat on TV trays anyway so he can watch Fox news. Meanwhile, I was thinking about what to do with this stuff because I do like to keep the downstairs cleaned up.
I didn’t have to think about this long because a couple days later, the odds and ends of the old computer parts joined the group on my office floor. This was a shocker because hubby rarely picks anything up. I guess it’s my job to find homes for all this stuff now - in my spare time. I wonder when that will be. I don’t have enough time now for everything I need to do.