Saturday, July 02, 2022

Glory be!

We're back! We think. Ken spent a good deal of time on the phone with our service provider. We think they're tinkering with our service to get it back. Not knowing if this will last or not, I'm just going to toss up a photo. It's another from Honfleur in Normandy. The town's quiet back streets in January, which means no summer crowds.

Honfleur, Normandy. Digitized color slide, January 1992.

Now, I'd better go check my email and catch up on the news in case this new connection craps out again. It's true that the internet has become a significant portion of our lives for news, information, and communication. Read a book? How medieval! LOL


  1. Reading a book would go with the period of your photo.

  2. Whew! Now I don’t have to cast you out of our social Circle :-)


  3. I wonder what the people who built those houses in Honfleur would think of all our elecronic gadgets. "Mon dieu, you have a device that can give you all the knowledge in the world, and people use it to make pictures of kitty cats."
    It is an essential these days, a public utility, and I wish it were so treated in the US. Instead, the "service" is sold to enhance corporate profits. Welcome back to what passes for the real world.

  4. mitch, true!

    judy, us, too!

    sean, oh, thank goodness!

    emm, and doggies. ;)

  5. Since I read these in reverse I wasn't aware you went anywhere. ho ho ho


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