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Not Quite There Yet

We still have internet problems, which our ISP & the local whizz kid can't understand! Apparently, it's like our account has been blocked, but it hasn't & it's taking a while to work out...

So, at the moment we are on & making the most of it - though we can't do everything we want to & strangely, we can't look at any other blogs apart from the snippets we get on the dash board, nor can we look at any websites... It's very frustrating!!!

On the positive side, we are doing things that have needed to be done for a while... Have even started crocheting (which I've not done since my teens), Sime's still busy musically & has his first gig with his new band on Saturday, we've been out walking more, have collected nettles for juicing & have been doing lots of reading - so it's not all doom & gloom!

We're just even more cut off from the world & it's not actually that bad!


See you soon (hopefully)!!!

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Karin said…
Hope it won't be too much longer. Meanwhile good luck with the crochet, Kay.
pattypan.2 said…
Sorry about the Internet problems; but at least its given you chance to have a go at the crotchet. What are you having a go at and when back to normal are you going to post piccies. I am still knitting my blanket! Just take care.

Tricia (aka Pattypan)

xx
Anonymous said…
It sounds like you are staying out of trouble. See you soon.
The Smiths said…
I think I'm going to make a patchwork blanket!

Kay :)

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