Posted on Dec 14, 2009 in Blog |

6 am I start up Stephen’s car – there is ICE everywhere . . . ICE?  Yep. Jeff can’t find his set of car keys.  We spend 20 minutes trying to find them.  He parked behind Stephen.  I start up my car thinking we can move them around, who knows. 6:15 Jeff finds his keys, starts the car, Stephen can pull out of the driveway with no complications. 7:30 am “Don’t forget to turn off your bathroom light before you leave this morning,”  he says. “I know, I know!” I reply.  I hurumph, frustrated at his ‘reminder.’ 8:00 am I’m trying to get Reagan, our dog, in the crate because he is still in some pain from the dog that attacked him last week.  He doesn’t want to go into the crate.  As I am trying to get him in the crate, Jeff calls and says the computer server isn’t working, the internet isn’t working . . . he wants me to talk about it on the phone while Ralphy, our other dog is trying to get to the treats that I put in the crate for Reagan. “Jeff, I’ll be up there in five minutes.” Dog locked in crate.  Husband off the phone.  Coat on.  Purse on arm.  Go back to bedroom and get the cell phone off the charger and into purse.  Heading to the door. Have to pee.  Purse down.  Coat off.  Pee.  Dog barking to get out of crate. Ralphy opens the front door and sits at the bathroom door.  I didn’t make it in time. Damn this Lyme. Change pants.  Coat on, purse on, drive to office. 8:30 am Computers still not working.  Well, some are and some are not.  Some are turning on, some are not.  On the phone saying, “I run an internet company.  I have no internet.  Yes, I would like to be moved up the ladder for customer service.” Text from my son:  Rash is worse.  I feel and look horrible.  Want to come home. Yesterday’s rash was a small line on one arm.  This morning, he looked fine. He’s missed a lot of school with rare second bout of mono, strep,...

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