Wednesday, August 29, 2007

~Computer Problems~

Ah, our computer is up and running again. I was without the computer all.day.long. I even went to the library so I could check my e-mail, but I ended up on a station that only allows 15-minute sessions. I was frustrated with the internet speed anyhow, so I didn't put my name on the waiting list for the other stations.

So now, after a whole evening of work, my husband has restored a bit of our computer. Three cheers for my hubby! *Smiles*

I can't believe how many times I thought, "Oh, I'll go look that up online" or "I need to go send a quick e-mail to __". And now that I'm online, Bloglines is down! Those of you who subscribe to blog feeds via Bloglines know the frustration of seeing their "Plumber"...tomorrow is another day! =)

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To answer a question from Mrs. H: the clothesline holders on my house/garage were there when we bought the house. I don't know how old they are or if they could be obtained today, but I would look at a hardware store to start with. I use a regular clothesline which I had before we moved into our house. Hope this answers your questions!

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Ketchup didn't happen today! Tomorrow!

4 comments:

randi---i have to say said...

I am always surprised at how much I miss the computer when it is gone! I even look up the sales at the grocery store and search the library catalog online, so I really feel at a loss when I can't use it!

Mrs. H. said...

*big sigh* Yes, I will have to actually go out and hunt one of these things for myself, since I can't use you as a convenient substitute for doing my own leg work. Thanks for the reply, and I'll let you (and other readers) know if I find one.

Mishel said...

I dislike computer problems *very* much! : ) I'm glad your hubby got yours up and running again.

Ashleigh said...

Isn't it funny when we don't have internet access? We've had a number of those times recently, with our moves and such, and each time I'm sure I'm going to die. ;) It's like the electricity itself has gone out, lol. Glad you're back up and running, though.