Thanks for popping in. It’s been a challenging day today, or should we say a growing day. Yes. A Growing Day. I‘ve grown loads.
No water, and no microphone
No water is just an inconvenience which will be resolved, but out of our hands.
No microphone. The lapel mic died. Just stopped speaking to the computer. Jim tried his best remotely, but to no avail. So unfortunately, the SHAC-Shack was very quiet today. In fact, it was SILENT! I do apologise if you were sitting patiently, waiting to crack on with your Blue Tits. I had prepped it all lovely too. But hey ho. It’s not terminal. Still not fixed though. So whether we can hook up tomorrow at 10am remains to be seen.
Thing is, it’s a glitch. Nothing serious, nothing terible. It will get sorted. We just have to figure out what’s wrong.
There is so much calamity and carnage in the big wide world, so much senseless tragedy, so much needless suffering, so much pain; it sure does rightsize what’s going on in my little world.
Also, when one thing after another after another after another keeps piling up, I get calmer and calmer. I find it almost comical. It’s like these things are being sent to test us, to see how we react. Have I finally figured out not to panic when things don’t go perfectly according to plan, like this morning? I surprised myself today. Was completely calm. Called Jim. Said I thought there was a problem with the sound. Thought the best solution was to go live with no sound, so you’d know it was just a technical glitch, and that I hadn’t been arrested for strangling the neighbour!
And guess what? He didn’t make a sound today, didn’t lock his dog out, didn’t start with the strimming, or a-mowing or the tree felling. Maybe the neighbour on the other side sorted him out! Hahahaha.
That’s another thing I have learnt over the years. Things usually take care of themselves if you let them. They really do.
Dave’s just come home and said that we’ve had a huge flash flood in Edenbridge, so water’s a-comin’ !!!
Best go get the buckets out!!
Love and Hugs