If anyone read my earlier post about my mother's shiny new red mouse taking a trip through the washing machine, I thought it was a dead mouse for certain.
When it came out of the machine with water still running out of it, when I turned the switch ON or OFF, the little red light would wink one feeble wink; I was surprised it would do that much.
I removed the battery door and the battery and placed it together on a shelf; I figured the next place it would go was the garbage.
Low and behold, yesterday, I put the same battery back in the mouse and it is now working good as new, believe it or not.
I am looking forward to her receiving the new M570 and see how well that works out.
Just wondering if your mother has her M570 Trackball yet, and if she likes it? Or has she drowned it out of frustration, and gone back to her "clean" mouse!
I had her all excited about getting the M570 on the way and then old curious me had to go and put the battery back in the clean mouse; I should have waited until the M570 was already here.
I thought she had already ordered the new mouse; but, looking at it and saying "Gee, that's a wonderful idea" is as far as it got; I am sure she is wondering why it hasn't already arrived.
She just moved into a new-to-her house and has far to many exciting things on her mind to think of the more important things like a new mouse; I guarantee that as soon as something else happens to the clean mouse, she will be swearing up and down that she just knew that she ordered a new mouse and where is it at.
Elements 7 ~~~ 64-bit Windows 7
On a poverty-level Kentucky budget, a 24-exposure roll of film would have two Christmases and a summer vacation on it and we might have to wait another six months before being able to afford developing the film.
I still have trouble remembering that it doesn't cost anything to take thousands of pictures; it just almost seems impossible to be true.