- First off, the modem is back on track. Well, it was during the weekend, but the wi-fi wasn’t. Let me explain: The modem needed a 12v adapter, and I’m looking and looking when I realized that, hey! the wireless router is still on. I look at the adapter and find that, yes!!, it was indeed a 12v. So I had net on the computer until the modem package came in. Which was Monday afternoon, in which I simply put in the new adapter back onto the old modem and fixed the wi-fi back up. I’m a super genius!
- Last weekend I tidied my room up a bit: cleaned out the piles of trash taking up the room and giving the carpet a good vaccuum. I also changed bedsheets and turned the matress around [my back is much better now]. And I changed chairs. The Chair With Stuff On It is now the new computer chair. As shown:
This was taken last night. I love it.
Anyways, the problem now is twofold. One is that, although it is utterly comfortable, it is bulky as hell and cannot manuveur as neatly as the other chair [now the new Chair With Stuff On It], and the other is that it makes my legs and knees very sore. I don’t know why though, but I would hazard the guess that the lack of dangling this chair gives me. I really do not know if I should switch them back. Maybe after another week.
- Knitting is doing well. I’m making a birthday lace scarf for Terra, and a chemo hat for one of my cousins up in Washington. She’s undergoing treatment for lukemia, so Mom and I thought it would be awesome to make her a few hats and send them over. I had to scour my yarn collection and found the leftover skien of baby yarn that I made Mister Sam’s hat a few years back. I need another skien of the stuff though. Hopefully they still sell some in Hobby Lobby.
The scarf on the other hand is becoming quite a lovely pattern: A large holed Shetland lace with a central motif in the middle. Both patterns from the Barbera Walker books. I need to post photos of that when I get the camera fixed. 🙂