Tuesday, December 27, 2016

No Service

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Photo courtesy of Google images.  I wish I had taken this photo!  


I have been away for a few days enjoying the company of my parents and some sunshine.  

It was wonderful.  

However, we arrived home yesterday to no telephone landline service, which means no internet service for us.  Yes, I live in a rural area where a landline is still required to have internet service.  

*sigh*
It's a drag.....

So, I will be posting this week, but may not be able to comment much until the repairman arrives at the farmette to work his magic.  

I sincerely hope each and every one of you had a exceptional holiday with those most important in your life.  


26 comments:

  1. Ah the challenges and sacrifices of living the farm life.
    Teaches us to adapt and innovate (and simplify).
    Not a bad thing.
    xo

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  2. hate it when things break, hope to see you back soon

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  3. I have my internet service through the landline too and I am right in the middle of the city!

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  4. ...all internet service is not equal...perhaps I should stop complaining.

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  5. That image was magical to me.. I was born in Oklahoma and when I visit there I see places like that all over the countryside. Thanks for sharing it. Enjoy your week!

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  6. Oh what a bummer. Hope your back on line soon.

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  7. good luck with your internet!! the image is lovely, i wish you had taken it also but don't forget all the wonderful ones you have taken!!

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  8. sorry about the problems...so glad you were able to spend time with those you love....hoping the repairman gets there soon...xo

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  9. hope you get your internet service back asap! i love technology but when it doesn't work it is such a pain in the rump. we are so use to having it ... but it is fun to get away from it as much as possible. ( :

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  10. Wonderful photo . . . I immediately thought it was yours!
    Hope you are "back in business" soon!
    Almost impossible to function when we lose our mode of communication . . .

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  11. Play cards !dtay warm and enjoy the quiet !peaceful world !

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  12. Oh, I don't like having no high-speed internet. So slow!

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  13. Hope you get it all put back together soon! Not fun to come home to a repair job! Glad you got to spend some time in the sun with your family at Christmas. xx Karen

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  14. I hope you will get the technical issues sorted out soon. I wish you a great New Years celebration and hope to hear from you soon. Best wishes!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  15. so frustrating but also it can be nice to have the internet down! enjoy!

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  16. hope you're all fixed soon. its awful without phone and internet.

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  17. Cripes!!! Enjoy your peaceful days. :) It gives you more time to go take pics outside!

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  18. Sorry. I hope it gets fixed. We lost t.v. last night for awhile. Had to call the server. It wasn't weather related though.

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  19. Oh, that is a bummer...hope they get it repaired soon! That is a lovely picture, I agree. Glad you had a wonderful Christmas and I hope 2017 brings you many blessings!

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  20. Hello, beautiful image. I hope your internet is repaired soon. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead. I wish you all the best in 2017, Happy New year!

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  21. Glad you had a wonderful Christmas, but sorry about the problems at home. Seems like everyone is affected by this strange weather. I hope everything is back to normal soon!

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  22. Lots more time to go play with your camera!
    Love your photos...
    hughugs

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  23. The photo is beautiful! Hoping your internet problems are soon taken care of. Does having to have a telephone line for your internet mean you are still on dial-up? (forgive my curiosity)

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  24. After getting over my surprise at internet over a telephone line, I realized that we are all lucky to have electronic access to all the resources we have, however we get it.

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  25. Aha! And now I understand why you mentioned you're posting from an 'alternative location'. Hope your internet service is restored soon. Such an inconvenience when it goes out.

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