I know one is never too old to learn,.... and it's not that I'm 'afraid' to give it a try, it's more like literally having and finding the time. It seems the more I try to get into learning whatever it is I'm trying to learn, the more others want my time.... It's like 'Hey she's at (whatever it is) again... lets need something' lol ... I can't remember the last time I was actually able to devote even 1 hour to sticking with what I am/was trying to do without someone screaming 'chaos over here, drama over there!!'
Funny, is that I was just explaining that same 'never being able to find the time to actually stick to it' to my son, Then I read your post. Also, I ran into the thread for "Interruptron" ....something says my using that program would render me a "100% interuption, give it up" result, if
it took all the 'outside the computer' interuptions into account lol
I started in 1995 just messing around on computers, in the last 4 years I have self taught myself how to fix all these things that they, too easily, find ways of messing up. 2 years ago our situation took an unfortunate turn and ever since it has been the 'chaos over here, drama over there!!' scenario. I figure as my kids get more into programming, and when time allows for our situation to improve, I will probably give it a try.
.. as you stated in your profile "...at some point early on in life decided to become a programmer and ended up having to sweep those dreams under the rug for a bunch of reasons and never did become a programmer. But dreams have a way of coming back to haunt you, so it might be a bit late to be starting out and starting over, but better late than never."
I know I'll, also, get to that point but unfortunately it's gonna have to wait just a bit longer.
Thank you, app103, for your encouragement and for the link you provided.. I had always seen that particular forum but had never been able to get there (that darn 'time' stuff).
Have a great day, as it is and has been a great pleasure to meet you!!!