Mars and Pluto are out of alignment. MadMimi, the newsletter program I use to send you these fancy letters, does not want to talk to me if I say, "Hey, let's send out some pictures!" She was fine earlier... today she has a bug.
A cool cloud called "Dropbox" -- where you can add files and share with others "easily" -- must be caught in a thunderstorm.
Recent pictures I took of construction on the house are stuck on my cell phone. My cell provider does not recognize my location. And I forget to forward pictures to my email when I'm running errands in town and have coverage.
Yesterday morning, after my computer participated in an "origami yoda" session with Will, it lost contact with the mouse. (Finally, last night Bill said, "Did you try taking the battery out to shut it down and reboot?" Obviously, it worked because here I am...)
Amidst this technology rubble, Bill's hand is recovering nicely and construction is going as scheduled.
Well, it's amazing... absolutely amazing. Interior walls are framed; electrical and plumbing are done. The builders are in a holding pattern waiting for all the building inspectors to give the thumbs-up so the insulation crew can start.
Pictures of the interior might make sense to a construction crew, but to the naked eye without a set of plans, it looks as thought I've taken a shot of vertical 2x4's lined up evenly like dominoes, ready for someone to push over the first one.
On the other hand, exterior shots are all about obvious progress.
Side of house before:
Side of house after -- from a different angle:
Back of house before:
Back of house during:
Back of house after:
What a facelift, huh?