Our house in the Catskills has no internet (when we’re in Britain, I suspend it). That should not have been a problem. We knew we could rely on T-Mobile mobile wifi.
But when we got there Sunday, T-Mobile failed for some reason (although it has worked before). Although over the few days we were there we managed to get flashes of internet via our “suspended” line (and I have no idea how that could have been), that was all. So I was “silent” on here for a few days. Sorry.
Although maybe you liked the quiet? ;-)
With a snowstorm due today, en route to my parents’ in Pennsylvania yesterday we did some Christmas shopping among the crowds pre-Thanksgiving…. alongside half of Europe and half of Asia:
Many of those shoppers are seen wheeling around newly bought luggage with which they will carry their purchases home. I’ve always found it hilarious: the existence of those shopping outlets in a non-descript location off of I-87 in upstate NY, about a hour and a half from our house. It is about as “international” a location you can find north of Manhattan. (A niece of a friend in Ireland has even been there during a visit to the city.) Hearing an American accent among shoppers is something of an oddity.
We’re now back with my parents in Pennyslvania. I may well stay for my Dad’s December 8-9 surgery. We are still talking about that…. as the forecast 12 inches of snow begin to fall.
With no internet of consequence at our house, I couldn’t publish Frontiers as I’d hoped. Moreover, it still awaits my toughest critic’s final approval: we’ve been unexpectedly busy and she has been unable to read the finished product, but once Mrs. Nello has given her nod, and now with internet again, I can wrap it up. I’m hoping to do that over Thanksgiving…. while we remain
trapped visiting with my parents during a snowstorm. Ahhhh! :-)