While my elderly aunt and uncle don't exactly know what blogging is, they do understand the concept of writing and reading online, and that my body is used to a time zone that has me up at 4:30 AZ time twiddlin' my fingers in the dark.
Finished my book.
I heard coyotes.
Was that the newspaper guy?
Because they don't spend all their time in Phoenix, they've subscribed to a three-hours-a-month plan three hours! My last post was done with all the planning I could muster: write ahead in Word…copy…okNOWhitAOLlogintobloggernewpostPASTEouttathere!
I looked at the clock: it took me ten precious minutes to do that along with a check of one email account where I dashed off three quick misspelled replies.
Shirley called AOL to see about the charge for a month of unlimited internet access costs vs. hourly and how it would all shake out in the wash if I could estimate the time I'd spend online.
Ya know, I’m happy to pay the $20 for unlimited. This way you’ll have time to research that illness you’re wondering about and none of us will have to keep track of minutes. And at 4:30 AM I can catch up with the things that need catchin’.So, I can live with dialup that’s unlimited…but the IE 5.5? Outta here.
- The Bag did get a kick out of hearing a modem again