Laptop Death 

Well my Laptop finally died so this means the end of my Blogging career. I had planned to drop this blog anyway because my health has taken a turn for the worse. Truly I can no longer keep up nor do I have money to purchase a new laptop. The laptop dying is the last straw and confirmation that it’s time for me to move on.

I think that I’ve said everything I need to say with this blog and now what little money I have will go towards doctors, food, rent and cell phone. Nothing left over to replace or repair laptops. 

It’s been time for me to disengage, separate and part ways. I wish everyone well on their journey. 

I will keep adding posts to my Photography Blog Roaming Urban Gypsy. 

Farewell to All. 

46 thoughts on “Laptop Death 

    1. I’m tired, in pain and have not felt well for weeks. Finally my body collapsed last week. Lost two days of work. More doctors. More pills. In many ways I’m happy to stop. My heart is not in this and I’m emotionally and physically exhausted. At my age I’m not sure better or cures exists. Totally worn out and burnt out.

      1. I’m on my Photography Blog Roaming Urban Gypsy.
        It’s very difficult to type on my cell phone which is what I’m doing now. I don’t see well enough to use my cellphone for long periods of time. Also the Samsung galaxy note WordPress app for Android is good but limited.

  1. Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear this 😰😰. I can relate, especially on the health issues. Illness sucks! 💙. I’m so sorry, too, to know how it has affected you and to know that your posts are coming to an end 💜. I’ve enjoyed them so much! You will be missed! 💞. I will keep checking back for the photography, though! So glad you’ll still be adding that 💖💖

  2. Oh, DeBorah, sorry it is coming to an end for your blog, as I’ve enjoyed reading your posts, and having friendly conversations. Hope your health and finances improve soon. First, though it is important to take care of yourself and your brother. (((hugs))) ❤

    1. Thanks. I’m just going to keep up with my Photography Blog Roaming Urban Gypsy. Much easier. I had a health crisis last week and I don’t want my blog to become a discussion of my various illness.

  3. I am very sorry to see you leave, but I understand, and I wish you the very best for yourself and for your brother. Take care, and you will be well-remembered.

  4. I hate to hear that you won’t be blogging and the reasons why. Will you still be on Twitter? I will certainly miss you, and will keep you in my prayers.

    1. I will be here on my Photography Blog Roaming Urban Gypsy.
      Right now I don’t have time or resources to continue with my writing blog. Too frustrating. I can’t hold down a full-time job, see doctors then think straight to form a story. I truly am overwhelmed.
      Whereas photos you just take the pictures and find a fitting theme. My job rules and runs my life. Don’t even get to see my one living family member. Why keep beating my head against a brick wall.

    1. Thanks. The blog will still be available. There’s more than enough archives to last.
      Nobody plans or expects their lives to turn upside down or hit the skids but even though I tried to turn things around nothing worked out. I did my best.

  5. So sorry to hear that. I wish I could ship you a laptop so you continue writing. I hope things change for you and become better than they are. See you around. I will try to find your other blog and follow you

  6. Hope your health improves soon DeBorah. You have certainly made an impact with this blog. I’ll always follow your PhotoBlog. (Even weeks when I don’t get around to commenting)

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