If it’s not computers, it’s cats.
For the first time since I began messing about with computers about 27 yrs ago (my first being an Oric which didn’t work) I’m finally glad my machine is as old and ancient as me.
Even though I vowed to stop messing about with that Terragen software, I downloaded the freebie of Terragen 2 which is a lot more sophisticated and able to do all the stuff Terragen 1 wouldn’t do – except on my machine.
It wouldn’t even give me a partial render because my PC is so feeble, and I’m glad. I foresaw a long future of creating nonsense and ignoring the three books I’ve finished but not yet edited; and that’s not including another the three in varying stages of finished-ness.
So now I can go back to Old Geezers 2. I just completed an edit the other day, excising almost one thousand redundant words, only to replace them with three thousand more.
Hopefully the dozen or so further edits will allow it to take shape. Geezers 3 is more than half way through and Kongomato 3 is going nicely.
But not tonight. Harley, my daughter’s Bengal cat has gone adrift. Dropping mangled rats at our back door aside, I do like the little rascal. I hope nothing has happened to him.