I must admit I panicked a bit at first. What if someone sent me an important email? How could I check the weather radar to see how far away the impending storm was? How could I bake banana bread if I couldn't load Kirsty's site? How would I find Indi's singing teacher's phone number? How would I post my day six blog of Blogtoberfest? What if...
I tried to fix it but had no idea what I was doing and then I made a decision to turn it off and be without it for the whole day.
In the end I had to bake something from a recipe book instead, the rain still came, I texted someone for the phone number and I had SO MUCH MORE TIME!! I played and read books and baked with the girls, I cut out and sewed two and a bit dresses, I knitted a few rows of my cardi and I was really present.
I didn't jump up to answer the email ping, I didn't get distracted by blog land or lost in ravelry land and all those emails will just have to wait until tomorrow.
Bren walked into the office at 8.30pm and switched the router off and on again and wouldn't you know it, it all worked perfectly. Yay!
Farmer Bren brought 300 of these chickies home today too. They are one day old and super cute. Some of them haven't even opened their eyes yet.
Most of them are out in the brooder but six have stayed inside to ride in tractors and pose in shoes. Its 9pm now and they are still cheeping in their box. Hmmm if they don't go to sleep soon I think they might need to go and join the others.