Thursday, August 30, 2007

Not Dead, Just Disheveled

I have been without a computer connection for almost a month now, and in fact I am posting from a library computer. I really hate this. I feel so cut off from the World. What does this say about our lifestyle, and the way it is leaning. I also don't have cable, or a home phone right now--only cell phones, and to top it all off, I am looking for a job without much success. Now don't get me wrong, I'm not getting discouraged. I'm sure this situation will change soon, but things do seem to pile on when you have time to think about them. Like a house that hasn't sold, and a second house whose rent is coming due--maybe if we just close our eyes it will all disappear and get better--maybe not. Until something happens, I guess we'll just keep plugging along, there's nothing else to do. There's no TV.

Keep Smilin'. Take care. Stick.

4 comments:

Delirious said...
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Delirious said...

http://www.theonion.com/content/news/myspace_outage_leaves_millions

Thought you would appreciate this clip that my daughter found.

Hang in there! There is an end to the tunnel, even though you can't see the light yet.

Inside Stories said...

I'm praying for you for things to work out for the best.

Native Minnow said...

I saw an interesting article the other day (online of course) that talked about how future historians probably wouldn't be able to figure out a whole lot about our time period because nobody communicates with written letters anymore. For example, a lot of what we know about day-to-day life of the Civil War comes from letters the soldiers wrote to their families, but now everyone just sends emails. I guess this only sort of pertains to your post, but it's something to think about.