Buddy: We are hopeful we can do a quick post and hit the sack. It's been a long week and it's only Tuesday as we write this. Almost Wednesday but half an hour to go.
Micah: We told you a little about the start of our week. We didn't tell you Jan spent a boring afternoon in between the loose dog and the thunder boomies.
Cyndi: Yes, she cleaned up our Bloglovin account. So many blogs have closed or are inactive but they've stayed in our bookmarks ... in case. But there comes a time ...
Merci: We aren't sure we're going to use bloglovin but we can't stand disorganization so we couldn't add new links until we cleaned out the old. Adding new links is the next project but Jan whines about there not being enough hours in the day.
Cameron: We've been having some problems with our monitor. Today we had more storms. After yesterday's scare, she turned off the computer AND the UPS AND crawled on the floor to pull the plugs.
Rusty: When the storm ended, she plugged everything back in and the monitor was dead. So she had to start moving things around to connect Mr. Doug's old monitor, which fortunately was still here. It will have to suffice for now but we're all going blind on it. To think, we actually thought the larger monitor was hard to read with this computer.
Percy We thought we'd post a few photos from last week's storm. Sam gets anxious so he is wearing his thundershirt. Marcus is a mimic and likes attention, so Jan pinned a shirt on him. He rolled around to take it off, then decided to annoy Sam.
Sam: Yep, annoy is the word for Marcus. He was determined to get me to play. He did make me smile wearing that boatneck shirt, his old collar and his new collar with the price tag still attached because Jan hasn't had a chance to switch the rabies tag yet.
Marcus: Look at those two old party poopers chilling out during the storm. I'm young. I have energy. I want to play. Any volunteers to play with me?
Buddy: Oh, we forgot the most fun we had today. Well, yesterday now since it's after midnight. We learned our outside communication is limited to don't call us, we'll call you. Seriously! We only had one call - or were there two? no, one - that rang here. Jan can call out but no one can call in.
Percy: Jan temporarily disconnected the phone tonight on the advice of Mr. Doug. Guess we'll find out tomorrow ... today if that helped, or if Jan will have to run setup again (we could be without a phone for a month if she has to start from scratch), or if we need to call for help.
Cameron: What are you doing, Marcus?
Marcus: Practicing. In case.