All Set To Scan – Where Is The ScanSnap Icon?

Here I am again all set to do some scanning of some photos and postcards. I am looking for the ScanSnap icon in the array – but I am not finding it. I had it on the bigger computer but not here on my laptop. When we moved recently from our one bedroom apartment on Level 3 down to a studio apartment on Level 1 there was no longer space for the bigger computer and printer. (Happily they are now being used by one of my granddaughters – “it’s not lost what a friend gets”). I will see what I can do in the morning when I can confer with my Tech Adviser. Meanwhile here is an old photo which I scanned previously.

Duchess was my first dog. My father and my sister Ruth and I went to a kennel somewhat west of Boston and we saw an array of dogs/puppies. I remember the location as being quite rural. This was in 1946 or 1947. I was in 5th grade. We chose an absolutely adorable little puppy – we were told it was part Collie, part St. Bernard. We named her Duchess. Duchess was sick in the car on the way home, but I couldn’t have loved her more. She was the family dog through my growing up years.

Duchess in the snow

The Simple Things | Peter Matthews — Whispers and Echoes

Peter's pondering

“The Simple Things” was published today on Whispers and Echoes. A link to the original post is below.

Yesterday was Thanksgiving. We haven’t quite adopted it in the UK, but it will not be long before we do! This is my humble attempt to explain just some of the things that I am thankful for.

I have also, for the first time ever, recorded this poem with a background track. Experimental it may be, but I am quite happy with the result. See what you think.

The Simple Things

The simple things of life delight

Children’s laughter, birds in flight

Grasses swaying in the breeze

Help to make my life of ease


The smell of new mown fields of hay

The rising sun at break of day

Autumn mists and wintry showers

Buzzing bees amongst the flowers


New made beds with smooth clean sheets

The smell of smoke…

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