Internet continues to be problematic. We are, as usual, receiving very poor customer service. That’s what happens when there’s only one choice of telecommunications service in your area. I would be much more frustrated if I was the one on the phone with tech services every night. Lucky for me, my partner handles all that because my name isn’t on the bill. (To give you an example of how poor their service is, my partners ex wife’s name is still on the account, in spite of repeated efforts on his part to have her removed. They divorced seven or eight years ago.)
So, until this issue is resolved, blog posts will be spotty. I’m managing to go places that have wireless fairly regularly, but I have to prioritize my time when I do.
Did I mention I’m frustrated?
But hey, the elk who graze in our valley really don’t care about my internet woes. They have plenty of grass.
How’s that for a forced segue? Really elk and the internet have nothing to do with each other, but I didn’t feel right ONLY posting to complain about terrible service from Frontier.
So here, check out the view I saw on my way home from Portland yesterday:
Yes, that’s snow on the hilltops. We’re enjoying typical weather for Oregon in March–sunny and warmish, then snowing, then torrential downpour, then fog. Not necessarily in that order. Sometimes all in the same day.
At least all this no-internet time means I waste fewer hours with distractions. I’ve had plenty of knitting time, and I’m almost done writing a new pattern.
I’ll let y’all know when the pattern is up. And when my INTERNET is up. If that ever happens.