Feeling Fallish!

Boston has been spectacular so far!

My laptop, however, is not well … at all.

I have an Apple Genius appointment made for next Tuesday when I return.  In the meantime, I've been unable to upload and/or access most of my photos.  Sometimes I can get into certain programs (like the one I use to write to you), and sometimes I can't.  

It's extremely frustrating – especially since I'm not at home and don't have time to deal with it while I'm here. 

I'll try to get posts up whenever I can, but if I'm absent you'll know it's due to *&$% technical difficulties.

So …

I haven't stopped for more than a minute since I've been here.  I have so much to tell you about – beautiful trees, crisp fall weather, witches and graveyards in the town of Salem, amazing food, amazing blisters (!!) from walking miles upon miles upon miles.

My arm is (of course) in a pain flare-up, as it always is when I travel.

It's pretty bad.

The good news is – I've had worse flare-ups and I'm doing my best to keep this one from sending me completely over the edge.  (If it's worse today, I'll begin the "emergency" steroids I have with me.)

Weather-wise …

I'm not freezing – but it does get pretty damn cold when the wind whips up.

And at night.

And in the morning.

It's fun though.

Boston has so much charm.

The trees are beautiful!

(Boston itself is still green, but the trees outside of the city are GORGEOUS.)

The city, at night, takes my breath away.

I'm taking a lot of photos, even though I can't upload them yet due to my computer technical difficulties.

I feel so fallish because it's SO fallish here.

Fall in a basket.

I can't wait to tell you more about this trip,

And share photos too!

Hang in there with me –

In a few days my laptop will be fixed or I'll be forced to get a new one!

(May the Computer Gods have mercy!)

© Twenty Four At Heart

5 Responses to “Feeling Fallish!”

  1. unmitigated me

    Perhaps the machine is in a state of mourning, for the loss of Mr. Jobs? Boston is gorgeous, and I look forward to your view of it!

  2. Karl

    Sorry you’re having a bad pain flare-up, and I hope the computer troubles are settled quickly. Glad you’re having a good time.

  3. Suzanne

    It really is hard to get into “FALL” when the the weather in Texas (estimated high for today is 85 degrees) is so darn hot! I’m still wearing shorts and flip-flops and all the stores are shilling pumpkins and pilgrims and warm coats and gloves. My brain just doesn’t work that way. HOT = SUMMER, COLD = FALL.
    Anyway, soooo looking forward to your spectacular photos!


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