Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Loosing Internet Access Sucks!

I was almost done typing my post on Monday morning when we lost the Internet. We finally got it back this afternoon. I found myself wondering the last couple of days how my blogger friends were doing. I was hoping Melinda was doing okay, I was wondering about what new things Beth and Lori were doing with their kids, how Denise's son was liking school and how Jessica was dealing with her daughter going to Kindergarten. I was wondering what beautiful thing Angela had created in the last couple of days and what so many others were up to, Vallen and Mary Ann just to name a few. It amazes me how people that I never even met have become such a big part of my daily life. So anyway, now I'm back and almost ready to post some pictures of what I've been doing the last couple of days without you guys.


mysteryhistorymom said...

Sherry- Glad to have you back! What would we do without our computers?? When we go on vacation I have to pay the hotel for internet access so I can check up with all my blogging buddies- like you!:-) Lori

Polka Dot Moon said...

Glad your back :)

Did you happen to see the Wizard of Oz tote convo I sent you? Too cute!!


Cathy said...

Last winter, a group of my friends and I participated in a voluntary simplicity course together.
We met at a coffee shop and discussed a chapter a week. It was wonderful to hear their ideas as well as ideas from the authors.
I just found your blog and enjoy your positive outlook on life.

Cathy said...

OOPS! I had two comment windows open and apparantly left my message on the wrong blog. Sorry. However, if anyone here is interested, the link above is for a book discussion on voluntary simplicity and other environmental issues.

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