So, after a toothache and Internet issues of last week, I thought things would be better. I expected a pain-free, connected week of creative productivity. Let’s just say, although the tooth has been cooperating with this scenario, the support from our ISP has not stuck to the script. In conclusion, my whole week has been jumping around free wifi spots and updating cloud files via my 4G data allowance.
I did get out and about – a lot – and did get plenty done, however, it wasn’t on my personal creative projects. You’d think that I would have spent the downtime penning verse and paragraph, but no, it was all woe and weariness. Why is it so much easier to spend mental energy on what we don’t have instead of the opportunities with what we do?
It wasn’t just the Internet that was broken. The storm, which occurred curiously close to the moment our Internet connection died, did a little damage to the seafront. I found that out when I was heading between the coffice and the library. I don’t know how long it will take to repair the seafront. I do know that my connection is repaired. All I have to do is create something and then I can share it. It seems so easy when I put it like that.
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