Adding photos, blogging, writing my book, and creating poems are more than hobbies. Serious time is spent reworking a line in my poem, a paragraph in my book. When we moved to the farm last October, little did we know that our Internet would run so slow. So slow in fact, that I pushed aside trying to add a Photo to a Blog on WordPress, get on PRESSBOOKS, or post on Facebook.
Then one beautiful Spring day, walking past the family room windows, a SUV passed with DTC Communications on the door panel. I nearly tripped, and fell over. They stopped down the road at the neighbors farm, and I felt jealousy seep into thought.
That day happened to be “Try to find the food I used to buy weekly at the grocery store with mask and gloves on”, day. My husband started the truck and off we went.
When we got to the neighbors, he stopped the truck and got out. He went up to the SUV. He said a few words, then the 3 men inside looked at me, and they all laughed! Not knowing why they were laughing, but laughter is contagious even if you can not hear it, I sat in the truck and began to laugh!
When my husband returned to the truck, he explained that he had told the men I called and emailed DTC Communications weekly. They knew me! Hoorah! They didn’t really, but thought it was cute how desperate I was to get internet. To stop the spiral of death when we tried to google something or watch Hulu, Disney+, Netflix, and Prime TV.
Thankfully, and much clapping and jumping for JOY, we will have DTC Communications at our home mid-May!!! Pictures that have been piling up on my computer, will finally be shown in gallery. There will be no cringing when I try to blog, write, post or save.
I feel like we received an early Christmas gift of lightening speed Internet!
Just wanted to share this wonderful news :)Jen