Mark is a young man leaving university; Carol has been his girlfriend since primary school. You meet and keep company with his friends, and see his life change.
He helps his good friend Diane work with a homicide detective to solve a couple of murders. He has his share of girlfriend trouble; his perfect life starts to break down.
He is a level headed young man, and shows he is well able to get on top of those personal problems that do plague us all.
But he has to use all his skills in problem solving when being faced with unexpected happenings at his new job, and living away from home creates its own set of troubles.
Sean has just retired from work, on arriving home after his retirement get-together he also found his marriage was over. You keep pace with the decisions made by those around him, and those he made himself.
Will he try to fix his marriage or should he move on to greener pastures.
You follow the road he enjoyed with his wife over the past forty years that helped make him the man he is today.
Mark received a call from his work mate Christine, the call was not expected and he didn’t know her very well. Her call on Saturday night was welcome however, fifty-three members of the lottery club had wone five million dollars.
But on Monday when they returned to work, they realized that all was not the way it seemed. Christine was asked by the owner of the company to get this fixed, and she asked Mark to help her. Mark realizes that living home with Mon and Dad has some disadvantages.
Colin has just lost his well-paid job of playing Football, his leg was getting better, and he did not need his walking stick so much now. After an evening out when he spoke about the possibility of standing for the Federal Election, his friend told the newspapers of this possibility. On the morning he read the story in the newspapers, his daughter told him about the bad news of rubbish being dumped beside one of the gates on his farm. As they cleaned it up, they had a lot more to work out, with the happenings of the day.
The old computer was not working like it should, a free game had been downloaded.
This is when things started to go wrong.
My friend Lesley said. “This computer has been attacked by a worm.”
This Old Computer became involved with my life, together we accomplished a lot.
What a marvellous week, a wonderful climbing holiday, I was thinking to myself as I walked down the track. Camping in the snow in the national park was extremely lonely; I had not seen another person all week. But my life was to change when I returned to work and home, the young lady I had planned to ask out was no longer at the Road House where I had left my car.
I needed to adopt a completely new way of living, needing to make decisions I had never made before. I was to have a new life.