Do you use that phrase? He was laid up for a week with back trouble.
It feels very old fashioned to me, but I do use it. For example: I have been laid up for a couple days after minor surgery.
I’m perfectly well, but for the last two days I really wasn’t able to concentrate on very much. However, one of the things I *can* do when my mind is muddled with high-quality dope (via the anesthesiologist) is website stuff. So I upgraded the software to the most recent version and of course, voila, the formatting fell apart. Then I spent a lot of time staring owlishly at the screen and henpecking my way through the overhaul. I normally type really well, but not so much when I’m woozy headed.
Aside: Did you notice that you can’t take ‘typing’ anymore at school? Now you take ‘keyboarding.’ Of course this change has to do mostly with the fact that everybody with a computer has to be able to type, at least a little, and therefore, most schools have some kind of required technology class that focuses on ‘keyboarding.’ We had to change the name to make it acceptable to 15 year old boys (and their fathers) who didn’t want to think of themselves as typists. This is also true of many women who were told (as I was) to never admit that you could type, or you’d be relegated to secretarial work for your whole career. But keyboarding is okey-dokey.
My hope was to make it look as much like it was as possible, with the better software structure underneath. I know you’ll tell me what doesn’t work (asdfg, I’m looking at you).
I’ll also point out that the little index card is moved over to the right. And that there’s news on the index card that may not make you happy. I’m not happy about it, myself.