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Archives for September 2017
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For the last month, I’ve had the worst time with the internet. Between moving, Hurricane Irma and an update on my laptop, my connectivity has been extremely limited. When you’re a Blogger and Reviewer this becomes super frustrating.
So now I have a lot of catching up to do: late reviews, updating information, new blog posts to plan. Windows 10 and my internet connection didn’t like each other. I had to bypass the issue so I could get back on track.
So now that I’ve gotten the issue fixed, you’ll be seeing several new reviews here on the blog. I’m so happy to be able to share with all of you again and share these wonderful items. Bare with me as I get back on track.
Until next time…
And speaking of whirlwinds, in spun another… Irma.
Hurricane Irma hit Florida full force and came straight on up over us, leaving us without Internet for several days and with a whole lotta rain. It’s funny. I lived in Horry County, South Carolina for most of my life and I’ve faced many hurricanes. I’ve never feared them. Even Matthew last year didn’t scare me. But I never expected we’d move and still have a hurricane find us!
Thankfully, we experienced more of a Tropical Storm than a hurricane but it still held a lot of wind, a lot of rain and a lot of stress in the experience. We had tin on the roof lifting because the wind was so strong. We had branches fall from our trees. And we had issues from the load of rain that was dumped upon us. The rain caused issues with our septic and with our internet and cable lines. So it’s taken a little over week for us to dry back out.
But we made it. And thankfully, those we love in Florida made it, as well as good friends in lower Georgia, in South Carolina and in North Carolina. We are slowly getting back on track – work was also slow for Don with the rain. Construction and rain do not go together at all. But life keeps going and so do we!