I don't know why this is happening to me, but my computer had a few too many bytes of something nasty. It thinks it's Friday.
This temporary (I hope) cyber-Alzheimer's has not hit hubby's laptop. Ironically, his browser is an older version of the one on the family computer. You'd think it would be the other way around.
Anyway, maybe my computer has seen too many episodes of Dr. Who. Wouldn't that be cool if I could just stop time and make it whatever day I wanted, like my computer has? Hello, computer here. I decided it's Friday because it's snowing today and I just couldn't take it anymore. See ya about a week ago.
Of course, I could travel to a certain day and get stuck there forever, like my computer seems to have done. Eternal Groundhog Day. It would get a little boring, but hey, I wouldn't have to worry about getting older. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if I could pick the day. Like one where the kids are gone at their grandparents' house, all day. Or one where I'm stuck at a tropical beach. Oh, wait. You can only go to real, possible destinations when you time travel.
My computer currently thinks it's about Friday at noon, so if you're wondering why I'm not jumping for joy because you announced you're having a baby, getting a new job, or getting out of bed, now you know.
I'm grumpy about it. Especially since there doesn't seem to be an easy fix for this problem. Blogger's techies are in short supply, as are Facebook's, and this seems to be an internet-only problem.
What about you? How do technical difficulties disrupt your routine?
Update: I installed a new browser. Poof! Time travel problem gone. Too bad. I was all set to check out my name on the New York Times bestseller list three years in the future.