Last Thursday started off normal. I woke up so I could wake up my two sons for school and also get myself ready to be able to attend my choir practice for the Upper Valley Women's Choir that I belong to and currently serve as president. Hence I needed to get up and stay up so I can get to practice early to unlock the doors and start our set up. When I got back from practice I had a headache and was extra hungry. So I treated myself to lunch in the warmth of my basement and a movie. After eating I felt better but sleepy. A couple hours later I woke up without a headache, which isn't always the case, and was ready to start my day again. Naps are wonderful to give you a fresh start of things again. Well, it was after I woke I that I discovered that my internet was down. But it wasn't just my internet but several companies in the area were without services because a cable was cut and broken. We ended up without internet for about 2 1/2 days. We were the lucky ones though - some were without phone service or TV/cable service too.
What did I learn and what was my new lesson? I learned that it is not good enough to know how to schedule future blog posts but that I should use this tool regularly even if I think I won't need it for the next day because I'll only know I should have scheduled a post till after the time that I miss out and can't. Also, I discovered that my scheduling tool is set for the pacific time zone which is one hour behind me. This time difference is to my advantage but key to remember if I need to check if it's working and edit scheduled posts.
So for those detailed individuals out there you'll now know why I have my January 11-16 posts of quotes all posted on the 16th. Life took it's turn and then I wasn't ready to jump back in the game when the clock started clicking again.