The Storm of the Century!
Out in my Cabin in the Woods in the wilds of New York State I was only on the periphery of the storm, but it was a doozy! I lost wi-fi right away. And then I spent a sleepless night as I listened to the wind howl and the trees creak against the house. Very exciting!
When I hit the road, I thought that I’d have wi-fi back (at those amazing rest stops on the NY Thruway), but my laptop’s Internet capability for some reason crashed. So I’m working on a computer at a Holiday Inn, catching up (frantically) with my three on-line classes, and preparing to drive to the airport (another three hours or so and I’ll be there; my flight is supposed to be on-time).
I will have lots to tell you about the retreat, but you’ll have to wait until I’m safely home in Edmonds.
“You are capable! You are a farm-girl!” I kept telling myself during the worst of the storm. Now, in the final stages of my novel rewrite, I’m going to try repeating those same mantras.
I’m glad you survived the storm but sorry about your Internet trouble. I hope by now you made it home safe, and your Internet problems are solved.
I’ve been thinking of you and I sure do hope you made it home safe!
Internet problems are going to require more attention — but I am home, safely!