Moving day

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Written on Thursday, August 24, 2006 by Jessica

Yesterday we packed, today me moved, tomorrow we move in. I've promised to post photos before now, but I've never done it. I really need to post photos, but geez, dial-up is such a pain.

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8 Comments

  1. Valerie & Kiera |

    Yay for a new home!

    Can't wait to see pics!

     
  2. Danielle/Brooke |

    We have cable. Come over here and do your posting. I'll watch seth. :-)

    Danielle

     
  3. Zee |

    Hi Jessica!!

    Thanks for the "howdy" the other day. Can't wait to see pictures of your new home.

    and yes, dial up is a pain in the (_/_) ...I have cable and its so totally worth it.

    You might want to put that on your budget...Seth doesn't need any more clothes, right? Just kidding.

    dial up is better than nothing!

    Zoe

     
  4. Jessica |

    Val, I'll try to hurry on those pix.

    Danielle, if I'm ever in Tennessee, I'll be sure to stop by to do my blogging.

    Zee, believe me, if cable were an option, it'd be in my budget. I live in a place so rural that we don't get cable or even DSL. Sigh.

     
  5. Jessica |

    Oh, yeah. And thx to Danielle and Amy, Seth has lots of clothes for the time being. But even so, I might consider dressing him in rags to get cable internet!

     
  6. S. |

    HughesNet claims to be able to provide broadband just about anywhere in the continental US. It looks a little spendy, but there are some things you simply cannot live without!

     
  7. S. |

    Beta blogger messed up my link!

    http://hughesnet.com

     
  8. Jessica |

    S., thanks for the tip, but HughsNet is satellite internet. Believe me, if satellite even came close to cable or DSL, I'd pay for it. But satellite internet is crap! It's really slow. All the companies advertise inflated speeds and then charge $60 a month or more. Plus, it goes out all the time. A couple of clouds in the sky and suddenly the internet goes out. I'd be willing to pay for it if it worked, but it just doesn't, so I sit and pine and dream of the day someone installs a DSL hub nearby.

     

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