my computer came back yesterday, and today I started in on the task of finishing installing software and setting up my files, preferences, etc., etc.
the tech guys left it with the default color scheme, which I may tweak a little, but not that much, because today I had the happy coincidence of running into a beautiful photo of Mount Hood and the moon by Tim Bray, which coordinates perfectly with the default background blue.
I’m trying very hard to make my folder structure well-organized this time around, and to keep my desktop clean. it certainly helps to have such a pretty picture to look at when I minimize my program windows; I’m reminded of Japanese painting: the sparseness of the composition, the delicacy of the colors, and the shape of the thing.
I feel just as out of it as I did when I came back from my cold last month.