Beep. beep. beep. Hard drive not detected.
You think you would learn from your past mistakes right? Especially after learning that data recovery is expensive. $1,600 to be exact. You would think that I would back up my data in multiple ways this time, right?
I’m still waiting for the data from the last crashed hard drive to be returned to me. It’s been over 3 weeks of waiting; wondering if that precious data of my hard work will be salvagable.
In the waiting, the standby, I tried to shift my focus so I wouldn’t be so devastated if the data could be not recovered. In my head, the data is gone; I guess I told myself that so any bad news wouldn’t sting so badly when it got delivered.
Well now due to the same mistake, another hard drive has crashed. More photos possibly lost in cyberspace.
It’s hard not to feel like a let down in the meantime while waiting for good news to come. But I’m clinging to this . . .
"God doesn't allow things to happen to mess with our heads; He uses these circumstances to shape our hearts. He knows the difficulties and hardships and ambiguity are what cause us to grow because we are reminded of our absolute dependence upon Him." -Bob Goff, Everybody Always
What are you waiting for?