I’m proud of my daughter. I’m proud of her teachers. I’m proud of her school district.
This was the first week of her traditional public high school functioning virtually. She started strong.
She struggled a bit with geometry.
She downloaded all the apps she needed and kept up with all the work.
But yesterday her dad’s internet proved unreliable then my provider had an outage throughout our entire neighborhood.
Today she got up at 8 a.m. We both started work then, and neither of us finished. I clocked out at 6:15, after problems with the work server all afternoon.
Over dinner, at 7 pm, my daughter mentioned that she was exhausted even though she wasn’t tired.
I explained that was mental exhaustion.
“Now I understand how you feel when you get home from work,” she said.
I mentioned that’s why I watch so much Gordon Ramsay. Mindless.
My HP elitebook arrived today. My daughter got it charged and working and on the internet.
She brought it to be and I downloaded the remote server file for work.
I worked on the new machine for about 3 hours but I kept having issues. It didn’t occur to me that the work server was having problems. So when I saw the message that I had windows updates I restarted.
When I came upstairs, it was still lingering on the screensaver.
I had a stressful week so I hope the computer isn’t broken.
It wasn’t supposed to arrive until sometime between April 7 and 10. So it was 4 days early.