Friday, 14 September 2007

Things CAN Get Worse, You Know...

OK- they took away our internet access completely for 24+ hours! :(
Crazy!

Madness!

But thank gosh it's back!
{waving to everyone}
Hi!

:)

I have lots and lots and LOTs of pictures to show you- but it is getting very late. So will try to get some in tomorrow. For now- here's a sneak preview:





Forever Young 2 ( hand dyed 100% Merino roving from Mandie/ Ewe Give Me The Knits! )
(above) Before :

(below) After :)











Oh and yes- no- there is still no email available through the account. Maybe Monday?




Hope you are well.

3 comments:

Rosie said...

TWENTY FOUR hours of no Internet! That's plain nasty!!!

I'd be looking elsewhere, after all the bother your ISP is putting you through.

Sharon said...

OH Rosie- it was AWFUL- just awful! {sob}
Seriously though- it is actually sad how much I rely on my internet- to keep in touch, to know the weather forecast ( not that they actually get it right very often but still....), for patterns - I was going to try to crochet something since i didn't have the 'net and my hand was tired of spinning- and darn it all if the pattern I wanted wasn't online! LOL I hadn't saved it for offline reading either! OY!
I would like to get something else- but we have a 2 yr contract with them and to try to get out of it might be more hassle than it is worth- but seriously am looking into finding out how much it would cost us. This is so ridiculous to not have email capability for 10 days now! If I had a business that relied on my internet emails- I would be ruined. :(

And interestingly- they are NOT answering the phones...and the voice mail boxes are allll full.
Hmmm.......

Thanks for your show of support though!

Rosie said...

Yes, the first thing I turn to when I want to look something up, find a manual, solve a problem - head to the internet.

By their full voicemail boxes, and phone ignoring... sounds like you're not the only unhappy camper. Not a good way to run a business - customers still want answers to know what the timeline for their outages could be.