So it won't surprise me if, when I ever get it back, something has shaken loose inside it and it'll be useless. I'm not technical, so I have no idea what to do.
Apparently he got pissed off because my allergies were acting up last night and I was depressed to boot. He sprayed some nasty stuff in the bathroom, and has been constructing a room in the basement, and he works in trees for a living ... all of which, combined with spring being here, has made me miserable. So when I didn't join right in with his moving and cleaning junk in the house and went to bed just before midnight instead, he must have gotten pissed. He was cleaning at the last minute because he had set up an appointment with a house appraiser for 4pm tonight ... one half-hour from now ... and I'm not going to be home, haha ... I wasn't in favor of getting a second mortgage in the first place, but since I'm "retired" without his approval (I've already worked all my life, damnit!), he feels he can do what he pleases.
It actually surprised him that they're going to require my signature for the mortgage. Well, duh! It's in both our names, you know? But he figures anyone who's not working doesn't have rights to anything, is useless, and believes the whole world thinks that way. Well, I guess if he wants me to sign, he'll have to return my computer. Hopefully, he won't return it busted up.
Until the situation changes, I'll try to look in from time to time at my sister's or niece's houses.
Anyone know a very cheap hitman? (Um, joke! In case something happens and the law looks back on my posts, as you know they have been doing in such cases!)
;_; My daughter has been crying at school because she's cut off from her friends now ... her best friend at school lives quite far away but in the same school district, and they've been spending weekends at eachother's houses ... but don't have any classes or lunch together, so that's how they can get together. And since she's been using the "evil" computer, her grades have gone from almost failing to almost all A's. Thanks, dad.