I received my computer degree from the School of Hard Knocks, and my child psychology degree from the same school.
Some of my biggest fans, my kids, have learning challenges. I’ve volunteered with various child safety groups for more years than is kind to mention — psst….almost twenty-five years — and I’m still at it.
Computer troubleshooting? I’ve done this for years for myself and co-workers. In part because it interested me, but mostly because it took too long for tech support to arrive. I rolled up my sleeves and dug in. Beware! I’ve fixed a few problems tech support couldn’t.
I get my self-sufficient philosophy from living in Middle America and being raised on a farm. You can fix anything on a farm with duct tape and baling wire.
I love to write stories. Some day with luck I hope to be a famous published author.
I’m a conservative, a firm believer in God and country, and think I live in the greatest nation on the face of this blue planet, the United States of America.
I’m also a proud supporter of, and very grateful for, the men and women who safeguard our freedoms: the United States Military.
DISCLAIMER: Any and all ideas presented in this blog are solely my own unless otherwise noted. I experience troubles with technology just like any other person, and if I stumble upon a fix or suggestion I feel could benefit others I pass it along. At no time, have I suggested or implied that I hold any degrees or certificates related to computer repair.
I have during my career assembled parts into working computers; done troubleshooting on hardware and software; utilized a great many computer programs and software; designed and updated websites and blogs; as well as created brochures, banners, and flyers.
On any health-related blogs, I am merely giving advice that seems logical to me after research and investigation. At no time, have I suggested or implied that I hold any medical degrees or certificates related to nutritional, psychological, pharmaceutical, or medical health.