Early this morning I woke up to find that I had been denied access to my e-mail account, which was probably due, the message said, to a violation of their access terms. I wrote to google mail, giving another e-mail address I keep for school purposes, to dispute the charge.
Then I tried to open my blog, only to find that it had been shut down, also due to a violation of terms. I disputed this claim too, and began to wonder if something was up with google.
It was a message I had seen on other blogs, and I decided there are worse things that can happen in this world than losing your blog in cyberspace, so I let it go so that I could get ready for work. It worried me a little bit about the e-mail account, and if I hadn’t been through what I’ve been through the past couple of months, I probably would have gotten more upset.
But I wasn’t too upset. Because in the scheme of things, it was probably fixable.
And by the time I got to work, it was fixed, with a sincere apology from the google team.
Thanks to all who wrote me this morning asking if there was anything wrong. You were so sweet to do that. But all is well.
And it’s nearly dark when I get home from work now. And today, the almost-full moon was coming up as I took a walk with one of my favorite guys.
These were taken before 5 pm.
I love this weather. I adore fall days.
Autumn is my favorite season, second to spring.
Today was the first day that I was not only back to work full-time, but that I did not come home for lunch to be with my husband. I started back to work full-time last Friday and have been coming home at lunchtime to visit my husband who is recuperating well from his last brain surgery. He’s just really sad, and he’s lonely. And he loves it when I’m home.
Today when I got there, I saw a box from REI waiting on the table. My husband had ordered a couple of things and was waiting to show me what he’d bought.
Somebody got a new frisbee.
It’s a really nice one and it soars really well (even when I toss it).
And there was a hat for my husband.
And a pair of pajama bottoms for me. They’re very cute, winter flannel ones. And they looked . . . well, they looked . . . shall we say . . . a bit on the large size.
I checked the size and it said XXL.
OMG, I thought. Does he really think I’m XXL?
And so I asked him about the size. He said he was looking for an L. And he thought they were extra LL. I don’t really know what he said to explain it, and it didn’t matter anyway.
What mattered was that he bought himself a hat. And he also got each of us a little present. And that was kind of sweet, actually.
Just like this weather.
It’s kind of sweet, actually ~
Gotta go. Survivor’s on.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .