Helen not relying to posts???

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Registered: 05-24-2003
Helen not relying to posts???
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Thu, 09-25-2003 - 10:15am
I wanted to tell you guys i am sorry if i don't reply to your posts. I am having computer troubles. And my husband, who i call Tim Allen of Computers, seems to tinker and make it worse before he makes it better. This last round of "CAN YOU FIX THIS ALREADY!!" has been going on for about 3 weeks. Most of the time i have trouble accessing the internet, but i can sign on. So, i usually can read your posts, but if i go to log in, i get error pages and i have to reboot.

Another reason is that i feel like the ignorant one here. you guys have been a WONDERFUL support group and you guys are always answering my questions. I feel like i fit in here more than with parents of typical kids. But i am self conscience because i don't have the actual DX. I think it makes it very hard to find out where we fit in. Some of you have older children with problems i haven't even considered having yet, so i have no idea what to offer as advice. So, please don't think i don't read your posts, because i do. And i try to post if i actually have a clue about what i am talking about. :)

So please accept my apologies and i hope that soon i can figure out what is going on and may have some of my own advice to give!

Thanks you guys

Helen

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-21-2003
Thu, 09-25-2003 - 2:22pm

Helen. It's allright. I can certainly relate. We have internet problems alot and logging


on seemed like such a task. I would go to push my "post a reply" button and it would take


forever to load, then I'd have to log in with either cl-txlynn or txlynn by the time


I got somewhere I'd lose my train of thought. Sometimes I even post long messeges


and loose them. it's exasperating.

iVillage Member
Registered: 07-11-2003
Fri, 09-26-2003 - 6:41am

No worries Sweety. A lot of us are having puter problems right now. In fact, I'm currently looking for 5 more people in my area who need to buy a new puter so

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Registered: 05-24-2003
Fri, 09-26-2003 - 9:52am
You guys are sooo sweet. Thanks for being so accepting. I think that is one of the hardest things is not having something in black and white. So when i get grief from my inlaws, it isn't like i can say "look she has it, and i have professionals who agree! So get over it!" instead it is "we think she has it, she shows signs she has it, and back off a little"

So, it is nice to know i have some place to go where i don't feel like i have to PROVE anything to you guys. Thanks for everything.

Helen