Friday, November 4, 2011

On shaky ground....

Just a quick note. If I disappear again, it's because of the internet going away again.  Lost it again for a while this morning.  And I took a look at the lines to our house -- they were definitely pulled out!  Ugh.  The cable company won't come out to fix them till next Wednesday.  But hopefully we'll stay online!  Fingers crossed!

11 comments:

z3mom said...

I feel for you Margaret! We were in the dark for 30 hours (Sunday AM to late Monday afternoon). Spent Sunday night at my mother's and guess where I went Monday where there was heat and lights? Our mutual LNS! LOL

Bertie said...

Oh horrible, keeping fingers crossed:D You should be able to stitch a lot now, if your light is not off! have a lovely weekend:))

Lizzie said...

crossing fingers and toes Margaret. It's funny how we feel so isolated now without the internet isn't it..
stay warm and safe..
Lizzie
xxx

Jean said...

Keeping Paws and finges crossed for you.so frustating for you..

Merry Wind Farm said...

Hi,Margaret,
Hope your internet stays on! I have to ask you, who is the third sampler from the left on your header, above Anne Maria Clark, next to your hubby's head (I assume that is how that is.) Smiles, Melinda

krayolakris said...

It's been quite a year in your neck o'the woods!

Poussy Stitches My Love said...

Oh I hope to see again you soon on the clear my friend, during this time(weather)!! To embroider(exaggerate) to exaggerate you have even more time!
Good day

Sherry said...

It's good to see you back. I thought you had probably lost power or something like that. I will hope you are able to stay online and not lose power either. Take care.

Catherine said...

Oh what a pain! Less distractions can be good for stitching!

Jenny said...

I am so glad to hear that you and your family are all right! It is painful enough live without power, but to add the fear to that is really hard.
Your sampler looks absolutely stunning - I can not believe how quickly you pumped out all those perfect over-one areas! I still absolutely love those blue trees! :-)
I hope that all of you enjoyed the play and had a grand time together - you truly deserve it after living through the craziness!

Kathy Ellen said...

Oh Margaret! What devastation you experienced from the snowstorm! Your poor car....and so many trees and branches down. Hope that you are all ok now.

What a lovely gift from Isabelle. It is truly very special and unique. I am a lover of everything Victorian and Tea...

It looks as though your son had a wonderful experience in his play. The sets are gorgeous! All four of our children cherish the memories of their school plays too.