Thursday, May 27, 2010

computer woes continued

It has been about two and a half weeks that I've been unable to connect with the internet on my laptop. Something is haywire with the router or something, I guess. What this problem means, though, is that although I can write my blog using my husband's desktop, and read emails, etc., I cannot get to my photos to post them with my messages about my trip to the Holy Land. I was doing it bit by bit, and had not got very far before the internet mess happened. So, I've been avoiding the blog in order to avoid grumbling about the glitch. So here I am, grumbling again.
Besides that, what else is new? I'm tutoring three days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday afternoons), volunteering in the kindergarten on Tuesday mornings, at the UBC farm on alternate Wednesday mornings, leading morning prayer at St. James on Thursdays (except this morning) and serving at Thursday morning Mass (except this morning). I've been looking for a new spiritual director, and that's part of the reason I'm not at church this morning--related appointment. Due to all these activities, I haven't done much revision of the play about St. Francis since last weekend. Last weekend, we were at Rivendell Retreat Centre on Bowen Island, and I used some of that quiet time to research more information on St. Francis and St. Clare for use in the play. Because we were on retreat, though, we missed our TSSF fellowship meeting for this month. St. Francis can sure keep us busy!

Sunday, May 9, 2010

computer woes

I'm having to use my hubby's desktop computer for the internet because the D-Link router (or whatever it's called) is refusing to talk to my laptop. So, I can't get online. Yesterday, I was online for about an hour, then got kicked off again in the middle of reading emails. Grrrr. So, even if I had had something to blog about, I wouldn't have been able to.
Okay. I've vented enough about that. At least I do have access to the desktop sometimes.
Now, one last word about Script Frenzy: Met with Inez at White Spot for the TGIO celebration. All of us (both) had lunch together and discussed our scripts. She finished hers, but I got only as far as 68 pages (as mentioned before). TGIO = Thank God It's Over. Now all I have to do is get back to the script and finish it. That's all.