We have finally moved from the Facility in the Middle of Nowhere to
Casa New Jersey. All I will say about the move: next time, even if I
end up declaring bankruptcy, I will hire profession movers to pack, load,
ship, unload and unpack everything. And professional cleaners to clean
We have DSL at Casa
New Jersey, but nothing is set up yet. We haven't had any Internet connection
since Saturday so I'm afraid that any emails have been unanswered or bounced.
I just tried collecting our email on the server this website is on, but
somehow it's being sent to the previous admin of this system (who is kind
enough to collect it for us) and I can't figure out why.
It's a right mess.
And if our moving last week was bad enough, The Company (where I work)
has also been moving all of last week. I lost my cubicle with that neat Zen-like emptiness to it
and am now sitting at a work surface along one wall of the new office. I
do have a window seat though.
Anyway, I need to get back to finding out why all my email is being
sent elsewhere …
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