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Joyce and Zeke
You may already know that this past Monday, Zeke was attacked by three large dogs while he and Joyce were on their morning walk.  In an effort to save Zeke, Joyce (heroically, in my opinion) fell to the ground and covered Zeke with her own body.  In doing so, Joyce received serious injuries herself.  You can read my Facebook posting about it here:  http://tinyurl.com/kw8fhvf.  As of today, Joyce is sore but healing.  She has multiple staples, stitches and bandages repairing the 10-12 dog bites she suffered.  Zeke is still in danger and his survival is a day-to-day event.  If you are a praying person, we ask for your prayers, especially for our little guy.  If you own a dog or cat, you can imagine what we're feeling.

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Question Of The Week * July 31, 2014
 
 
 
 
 

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Question: "I have an article on a flash drive that is inserted into my computer,  I have never used the flash drive before.  Could you give me instructions on how to bring my information up so I can e-mail the article to several people?"


Answer:  Flash drives are great little devices for transporting files from one computing device to another.  (You should not use them as sole back-up devices, however.)   To be effective, you need to know how to handle a flash drive; and, how to move files from the drive and to the drive.


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