DP Daily Prompt: Life After Blogs Post by Ranu


Sari (Photo credit: Jana Mills)

English: Watercolor Illustrations of different...

English: Watercolor Illustrations of different styles of Sari & clothing worn by women in South Asia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

My life without a computer will be miserable. I had this experience a few weeks ago. My computer crashed.I was unable to post or send email to my dear friends.

I went to the store and bought one.If this happens again,I will start reading all the books in my shelf. The books are sad I am not giving them the time. Once I finish reading,I will be the most learned person in my room.

What will I do next.I will gather all my sarees together and find the blouse to wear with them. Put them in one suitcase or my closet with a large tag,which will read ‘Ranu’s sarees.

I’ll tidy up my neglected basement,make it look like someone still lives in the house. While I’m doing all this,I may not miss my computer. Then again maybe not what about all those Bollywood movies I haven’t seen. The songs I wish to hear. I also have to read about different countries of the world.

Come to think of it,I cannot function without my computer!

15 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Life After Blogs Post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this.

    A computer enables us to reach out and connect, in a certain way, with others around the globe. It’s quite a blessing to be able to do so.

    All good wishes,


      • Dear Ranu,

        I personally believe that we humans have an innate ability to communicate in unseen manners with one another. I cannot prove it scientifically (nor do I try to), but I do sense that it is a reality.

        Computers, while a blessing, could be taken away in a second with a slight change in atmospheric conditions caused, for instance, by a sun spot or other disruption which could disable all satellites and totally un-do most of the technology upon which modern humankind relies.

        For me, Hazrat Uwais Qarani stands as an example of a connection for which computers are irrelevant. I use, with joy, my computer. But when it goes away, I want to be able to reach out and communicate with my Dear Ranu.

        All good wishes,


      • Thanks a lot for this lengthy paragraph.I can see you were thinking.I on the other hand,read the prompt and start
        spilling out what my brain allows me.I am as happy as a lark,I did my prompt for the day.
        I wanted to do more for the back to school one,the intense heat and fasting did not produce anything good.
        I decided to do a much shorter version. Cherri Lucas advises us to keep it short.So I abide by it,it also suits me fine.
        No computer, Oh my,cannot imagine! it will work out we’ll use the old system of writing letters. Hopefully my handwriting
        will be legible.Do you realize how many things we have to think about,if there is no computer?

      • Greetings to you both,

        I am hopeful that humankind continues to evolve.

        All good wishes,


  2. Lovely post with a very thoughtful discussion initiated by Robert, since we are living in a holographic universe and our brains are thought to be holographic also, so once we intend and focus we can reach and connect to anything and everything in nature, only a fine tuning is required.

  3. Dear Chaman,

    Thank you for sharing this with us. Haha, I can totally understand. When I moved abroad two years a go, I was without my laptop and phone for a day lol, even though it was only a day! It felt so horrible, as I wasn’t able to connect to my dear ones 24/7.

    Much love,

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