Tom Simard

Poetry, Music, and Prose

Pandora’s Box

I had made the final changes to the novel, still not perfect, but probably as good as it will ever be and was planning to look through it one more time and push the publish button today, when lo and behold, the buzzer doesn’t ring, and I find myself signing for my new computer or rather the three-month-old computer, which is now in possession of a new hard drive whose life I hope is longer than one of those nuclear materials that unfortunately haunt rather than illuminate desert areas.  At the time, I had to make a decision – carry on using the old computer, or open the box, and see what in the world I was in possession of.

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2 thoughts on “Pandora’s Box

  1. Glad to read that you got your package – what in the world were you in possession of?

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  2. My three-month-old computer with an even newer hard drive. I could complain about how slow the old one was I’ve been using, but I do appreciate it stepping up when the three-month-old one bit the dust.

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