Thank you to Petie and Billy Ogg, who contacted me with suggestions about WiFi/DSL and such. Yesterday I went to the AT&T booth in the Mall of Georgia and spoke with the manager, who set me up for an installation appointment on March 3rd. The bottom line will save me about $40 each month. Hopefully, this will work.
In the meantime, I’ll muddle my way through each day, trying to get this blog posted. It’s worked so far, but I’m looking forward to letting go of the daily WiFi struggle. “Push the easy button,” to quote you-know-who.
And another thank-you to my dear friend from High School, Ellen Norton, who sent me a tall graceful bottle of pomegranate vinegar that she made herself. How delightful a taste, Ellen.
And, by the way, while I'm cleaning up loose ends, when I told you on Tuesday about Jeanette Meierhofer and her life coaching, I neglected to give you her contact information.
All of her work is done by phone, unless someone lives in central Atlanta, in which case a face-to-face appointment can be scheduled. So, if you’re interested in experiencing Jeanette’s special way of helping you focus your thinking, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bees are beginning to explore, looking for nectar and pollen. For next year I absolutely HAVE to plant more early-blooming shrubs.
BEEattitude for Day #499:
Blessed are those who liven up their yards with food for us bees, for they shall have the beauty of flowers and the deliciousness of honey.