I have GREMLINS in my wheel estate. They've been busy again.
First they ran off with my camera cord, so I can't download my pictures from the camera. Now the card is full, so I can't take anymore photos. Then the gremlins zapped my forward 12volt socket so I can't use it with the tiny inverter where it is convenient. I can still use the inverter with the bedroom socket, but have to run long extension cords with it. Not convenient. Every breaker and fuse is pretending to be fine, so I can't locate the problem.
Then the gremlins did something strange to my gas tank. It leaks gas whenever I pump fuel into the tank. This is especially maddening. If I get stuck at a slow pump, then more gas leaks than at a fast pump.
Next the little gremlins did something horrible to my computer, that makes the computer screen look like an explosion, so I play hide and seek with my work. I have to move the windows around to see various parts. It's giving me a headache.
Harley looks like a little gremlin at times, but I can not blame him for any of this mess.
However, he is probably responsible for the dog bone that jabbed me in the back last night, rudely waking me up, while I was trying to peacefully sleep.
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I'm busy chasing the gremlins away!
Finally, don't even dream of stressing yourself out over any of this. Gremlins come. Gremlins go.
For now, I am going to the main garbage dump to search to see if my camera cord fell into the trash. I know that sounds like FUN!