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Bess, I completely feel for you. Since first getting broadband two months ago, I don't think I could ever go back. It's so sad that in this country it can't just be part of your land-line. Don't even get me started on the politics of the whole thing.

Visited another library recently for my library school app and loved their fiction room. It was gorgeous (
and so inviting, it felt like a personal library. Oh the magical things that libraries can do.

By Blogger erica, at 1:22 PM  

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Wednesday, October 18, 2006  

My dear friends.

You would not believe just how bad dial-up internet in rural Virginia can be - but you could imagine something Tolkeinesque Mount Doomish and then, maybe double it and then you'd begin to glimpse the horribleness of it. I've been online for an hour and still haven't been able to upload my hotmail.

There is a real post today but I want to put in links and maybe even a progress image of the KipFee sweater. Look for it in the afternoon.

Good knitting to you till then!

posted by Bess | 7:06 AM