I wrote a long and tedious blog post on Wednesday night and have been unsuccessfully trying to upload it ever since. First mom and I went out to lunch to a pizza place (I know, I had spaghetti) that had a WiFi sign in the window. Turns out it's faux WiFi - you need to have a Comcast account in order to use it. Then we went to the Morristown Library, which is where I am right now, and I got a library card and discovered you can access their WiFi from the parking lot. So earlier today we sat outside and I tried to update my blog. It was taking F.O.R.E.V.E.R. So I bagged it and decided to put all my pictures on Nemo, my thumb drive, and use a library computer to get the job done. But now that I am sitting here, I realize there is no place to plug in the thumb drive. Tomorrow I will come back and bring my laptop inside, so if it takes forever again at least I will be warm and comfortable.
In the meantime, a tiny bit of trivia. The Morristown Centennial Library, built in 1913, is one of four Carnegie Libraries in Vermont. Look it up.