Thursday, February 04, 2010


Last Saturday the power cord for my computer died. And my battery has no juice left in it. Waiting, waiting, waiting for the new power cord to arrive. (Cuz I am waaaay to cheap to go spend over $100 for one at Best Buy. Much prefer the $10 option on ebay!)
Fortunately, I had blog posts scheduled to go through Wednesday. But I've only been able to pop into the library for a few minutes at a time to check email, and now to write this update.
Hence, my absence in responding to comments, and from visiting your blogs. I've missed you! Really.
Hoping the power cord will arrive soon.
In the mean time, if you missed Tuesday's post and the chance to enter to win a copy of Finding Joy, click here.

OK, time's almost up. Gotta go.
I love you!!!



Leah @ Point Ministries said...

Booo---computer troubles.. Just hate 'em. HOpefully the delivery person will show up at your doorstep soon.

Have a great day!


Jessica said...

Ack! That stinks. I hope you get your cord soon. :-)

luvmy4sons said...

LOL! You are missed! But I was know...we are allowed to NOT be on the computer! Too funny! Hope you get it all resolved soon!

km said...

Just recently, my cell phone battery stopped holding a charge. My phone only worked when plugged in. That made it even less useful than my home phone. I found a new to me battery on ebay and with shipping it was less than $5. It arrived...and I'm back in the land of the living.

Jerralea said...

My condolences. I understand your pain. My modem at work quit working so the office had no internet for three days. You'd have thought we forgot how to work without the internet!

Irritable Mother said...

Leah & Jessica - It's here. I'm happy! *grin*

Leslie - You'll never know how much you blessed me with that email, letting me know you missed me. Really. I missed you, too.

KM - A plugged in phone? ACK!!! LOL
It's good to be back in the land of the living. Indeed.

Jerri - Yes. It's amazing how dependent we are, isn't it? Actually, the timing couldn't have been any better for me to not have the computer. Got stuff done that NEEDED to happen, which was so much easier to do without the pull of the computer.
God seems to be in every single detail. *big grin*

O Mom said...

You're not too cheap, you're too smart!! :)

Angie Muresan said...

It's horrible when that happens!