For us, old people, it was a busy week. Every day there was something in our diary: the usual activities, but also doctor's visit, a gathering of the organisation of elderly people (a very nice photo presentation about the Veluwe, a well known nature area in the Netherlands), a long promised visit to an old friend.
But Friday was empty. I just started to clean my laptop, delete old email messages, old other files etc., when my Wife called me from her museum. She had problems with the museum laptop. I went to the museum and decided to take the laptop home to try the get it working again. Because of the new computer in the museum, the network was changed. I don't know, because I wasn't involved in the purchase and installation of the new computer. Anyway the internet connection was gone, so my Wife couldn't install updates. I spent the rest of the day on that laptop, but in the end it was working correctly. I also had installed the updates. But it took me almost all day.
So I had planned the work on my own laptop yesterday afternoon. In the morning I was shopping. I just wanted to go upstairs after lunch when my brother-in-law entered. We are getting along very well since he and my Wife's sister live only one house away in the same block It was nice to talk with him. When he left I just had time to cook dinner (nasi goreng).
This morning we slept longish. When my Wife woke up we cuddled, laughed and talked. She has such a nice sense of humour. We talked about our approaching anniversary in February. We haven't decided if and how we will celebrate it. But the best part of our conversation was that again She told me She was happy to be married to me. And I kept telling Her I am the lucky guy.
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