So, here’s the deal: my computer is back in Connecticut. When I was staying with my brothers’ friends, they let me use their computer. The place I moved to doesn’t have Internet (though it may soon). It also doesn’t have a computer. But, I am able to use the Internet at the library (which is where I am now). Yet another reason to love libraries. 🙂 Since the computers are often taken, however, this greatly limits how much time I can spend on them to check email, write this blog, etc., and in the grand scheme of things, checking my email (and my bills) is more important that reading blogs or writing posts. My brother and I are working on a solution to this problem, so hopefully we can come to one before the New Year. I’ll let you all know what develops.
Until then, I will be sporadically adding posts and commenting on other people’s blogs, though the posts will be less frequent and the comments will be fewer (I may, in fact, not comment much at all). On the bright side, not being on the Internet all the time allows me to read and write more often. On the negative side, my novel sits in wait on my flash drive until I can get to a computer to work on it some more (I’ve already gone through it on paper), which means that most of my writing will be focused on short stories for the short term.
Anyway, I hope to have these issues resolved soon, as I will also need the Internet to job search. Until next time!