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Access problems

I haven't posted anything here in almost a month, not because I'm avoiding the blog, but because I CAN'T ACCESS THE THNG! Something's going on with the home computer.
That was a terrible update. I'll write about the toads trilling on Good Friday evening, on the croaking sandhill cranes at our new little piece of good, gifted earth in Lima Township, about my slow, but steady, crawl to Constantinople, about the Festival of Faith and Writing from whence I type, about my children growing, my marriage strengthening, my upcoming 41st year, anything but a lame, flat, update about computer problems.
Life is good, but computers suck.

Comments

Rachel said…
I'm sorry to hear about your access issues, but very glad to hear that you have more posts coming. I check your blog a few times per week in the hope of a new post. Keep writing, I'm reading.
Scot said…
Thanks, Rachel.

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