We Are Here, We Are Here, We Are Here!

The title for this post is inspired by the Doctor Seuss story about the elephant holding a clover that he is SURE has a civilization living on it, but he’s the only one who hears them, until the entire town begins shouting in one voice, “we are here, we are here, we are here!”

I have deigned to writing this post on my cell phone. A phone, mind you, that doesn’t have any data left in it’s data plan, so I have to be connected to wifi in order to use the internet. Not exactly type on the go.

My computer is on strike. I don’t know what I did to deserve this, but it refuses. And if it does work, it suddenly forgets that it has wifi capabilities and keeps telling me to connect a broadband device.

Remember the post when I told you I’m not techy? I barely know what a broadband device is, besides it being the physical thing that gives out the Wi-Fi signal that we all connect to and steal internet from.

*sigh* I feel like I am shouting from a clover.. I am here. Anyone out there?

On a somewhat random note, I was encouraged yesterday by one of the ladies from church who told me she stumbled across my Instagram and started reading my blogs! That was a pleasant surprise. However, my initial reaction was to be terrified, seized a moment as I burned through my memory to find anything incriminating I should delete before church members find it, then relaxed on the hopes that I’m in the clear.

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I’m having unChristian thoughts about my computer right now. If installations aren’t going to be successful why make us wait two hours before telling us?

My computer is back to forgetting it has wireless capabilities.

I know you don’t care. I know you’re bored to tears. But you must know this isn’t an excuse not to write! I’m having technical problems and it’s driving me psychotic.

At least my phone is holding strong..

I do apologize to every one of you for not keeping writing commitments, whether you keep a reading commitment or not. I’m not enjoying this.

I suppose I’ll be writing from my phone for a while, until someone with more brain capacity and computer abilities comes along to fix this.

Or I break completely and buy a new computer.

Anything good on the market right now?

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