rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
rejectomorph
flying_blind

Blow

It has been raining ever since I woke up this morning, but the wind didn't start picking up until after nightfall. It's getting quite blustery now, and raindrops are periodically drumming against the window panes. I can hear the pine trees moaning. The next time I go out back I expect to see the back porch wet from end to end. I hope the feral kitties are staying dry.

What I'm wondering is how has the Internet managed to stay connected, when it has been so erratic for the last few days? I would expect it to get worse when the cables are wet, which is what happened in the past. But so far I haven't had a single interruption today. But since I don't want to take chances with a power outage zapping the computer, I'm not going to take advantage of the reliable connection. It's time to shut down. I hope to still have both electricity and Internet tomorrow. Tonight I'm just going to watch television.
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