Tuesday, April 21, 2009

How to Blog Without an Internet Connection

I have been without an internet connection since Thursday evening. Verizon was supposed to install FiOS internet and TV Friday afternoon. Contractors spend five hours cutting holes in my garage wall, tracking mud all over the Jeep carpet the Lizard King had just washed, and doing who knows what, in an effort to run the fiber optic cable to the house. They were unsuccessful.

I have not been able to get a definitive answer as to how and when I will have a successful connection. I am hoping that we will be live by the end of the week. Keep your fingers crossed. I also expect to be compensated to this huge inconvenience and for the aggravation.

I really miss blogging and reading and responding to your comments! I promise that I will respond when I am able.

I also miss reading all the blogs I follow!! I have no idea what is happening out in the bloggy world!! Truth be told, I’m sort of going through withdrawal. It’s baaad.

I have an internet connection when I am at Village Home, but I don’t have a lot of time to be online. In fact I am writing this post in MS Word while home in bed (Monday night), with the plan to copy it to my blog when I am at Village Home in the morning.

I will be back as soon as I can!! I miss you all! Please excuse the tear stained screen.

6 comments:

AmyG said...

You poor thing! I'm hoping you get it all worked out & you'll be back to blogging, soon!!

Aliceson said...

We'll keep the Internet warm for you!

t.t. millers said...

Blogging is a wonderful way to keep in touch. I must check it a few times a day and when I can't I wonder too what is going on in the blogging world! I am keeping my fingers crossed that Verizon pulls through for you soon! xoxo

Banteringblonde said...

hope you get your connection soon! How are you settling in to the new place?

Kopesec Family said...

Gotta say - I know how you feel! I sometimes go for days at a time with no internet, or sometimes it's just an evening, and I never like it!

Lisa said...

Oh good grief! I hope this gets worked out soon. I hope things are going great with the new home and you are being careful with that sensitive back of yours.