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16 days with no internet O_o

That wasn't much fun. 16 days with no internet.

Aside from being cut off from Facebook and so on, it also meant no internet banking, no preg forum, no online prescription renewals etc etc etc... Very disconcerting! Funny the things you miss, the ones you take for granted. Like mid conversation something is mentioned that you want to know more about. But you can't google it! And every day stuff like us trying to track down some of the Thomas & Friends stuff that Jack's loving at the moment and not being able to hop onto the net and seeing what's out there and  how much it is.

But it's back now! Thanks very much to Bob who sent over the disk with the drivers and stuff on, and to my hubby who sat up late into the evening sorting it out. I lost patience with it all... Normally I'd tinker until it was fixed. But right now, with the baby and everything, I just couldn't be bothered.

So WHOO HOOO! I'm BACK!!

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