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When It Rains, It Pours

We are finally getting that much needed rain that I complained about all summer, but that's really not exactly why I titled this post. You want me to explain?

My wireless Internet connection has been rather spotty for quite a while now so I haven't been able to visit my regular Internet hangouts as often as I'd like. Well, now my laptop has also crashed. The only computer we have left is running on Windows 98 and I don't have the money to fix it. I'm rather annoyed. As luck would have it, my dsl contract expires on the 15th of this month so I have asked them to cancel our Internet for the time being. I will not be blogging or blog hopping much until I'm back up and running unless I drive all the way into town and visit my local library's computers.

To complicate matters further, the money I could be saving by not having Internet will be getting spent on gas for Cheesehead to drive to a different store. He was "promoted" but the store is 3 times farther from home so I anticipate us loosing money on this deal until we can get a decent price for the house we are currently living in AND qualify for financing for a new house closer to his work. Supposedly he should be getting promoted again soon so I'm going to attempt to have patience and wait to see what happens with that whole mess.

To get my fix of interaction on the Internet I am now resorting to try to figure out how to use my cell phone to access it. So far I have figured out how to access face book and my email. I guess it remains to be seen how proficient I become at using my free phone. Hopefully I'll have it figured out soon! In the mean time could you please pray that we get our issues resolved quickly? Thanks!

Thank you for stopping by to chat with me. Please leave me a message, I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Cindy

8 comments:

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Things will get better, just have faith girl. At least Hubby has a job. Hope you will be able to post and keep in touch with us somehow.

our friend Ben said...

Gosh, Cinj, good luck! I hate to think of your moving after all the work you've put into your new home and garden. Sob!!!

Lola said...

Good Luck Cinj. I hope things will be much better soon. Times are hard now. Jobs are hard to find.

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Isn't it amazing how dependent we are on the internet now? Last weekend I was totally lost without mine, although I have to admit, I got a lot done around the house. I kept thinking, "wonder what so&so is posting on facebook?", or "I need to go google that".
Hang in there, it will get better.

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

Thinking of you during your tough times, Cinj...Will look forward to hearing from you when you are able;-)

Barbee' said...

I hope this is a door opening onto new opportunities for your whole family. You will be back someday.

Cinj said...

Lona- So true. I've been working on cheering him up about the commute but it seems I'll have plenty of time for blog hopping soon. Just tying up some loose ends.

Ben- Me too. We keep changing our minds back and forth. I guess time will tell what our decision will be. We'll have to sell when he's given his own store so I'm working on coming to accept that fact. I sure hope all of the work we've done helps this place sell fast when that time comes.

Lola- Yes, I am glad he still has a job. We just have to count our blessings and wait for things to work out.

Nola- Yes, it's just crazy! I am glad we managed to get things figured out with the computer but I do get a whole lot more done when I'm not attached to it and facebook.

Jan- Thanks!

Barbee- Me too. I'm feeling better about things now and getting things figured out. We'll muddle our way through and accept the challenges that come our way.

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