Well, in this first full week of Spring, Mother Nature has forgotten to take her meds. It was 68 degrees here on the last day of Winter, then 30 and snowing the first day of Spring, lather, rinse, repeat. I’m happy to report there were no deaths in the family or sad, sick babies this week, but we did have calamity on a smaller scale: the internet was out. It is all some long, obnoxious story about my husband trying to port his Comcast email from his dad’s account to our account. It took my father-in-law hours on the phone (or maybe online chat, I’m not sure), and then our email was out and they said we couldn’t touch the modem to reset it for 72 hours while they moved the email address over. This was Wednesday night. As of Saturday morning, the internet was back on, but for some reason my computer wouldn’t connect. The wireless is broken on it, so it comes and goes inconsistently. When it is on I can connect to a neighbor’s unsecured wireless connection if I have to, but it is pretty much always off. We have no idea why it isn’t working for me to plug into the wall with the ethernet cable, when my husband’s desktop is now doing fine on the internet. Thank goodness I preschedule my posts!
You’d think I would have finished more books this week with the internet off, but I was still accessing the web on my Blackberry, and one of the books I was reading was LONG. Here’s what I completed, though:
And here’s what I reviewed, covers link to their posts: