9/27/2016 – 9 AM run, cool, 9 miles easy
In her post, Elysha Lenkin talked about how losing her internet made her distraught. I chuckled when reading it. That was until this morning when I lost my internet connection. All of a sudden it wasn’t so funny anymore.
In fact, it was a bit sad.
Besides the chunk of time I spent on the phone with my Internet Service Provider, I found myself “cut-off” from the world that I have accepted as norm with no clues of what’s going on. What’s the weather like? How was the reaction to the presidential debate last night? What about the bills I was planning to pay online?
Little did I realize how much my daily life is intertwined with the internet. Without it, I was severely handicapped.
You can say that I got a taste of what Elysha was going through and took note from her post – stayed calm & be patient. Thankfully, I was able to schedule a tech visit for the repair, squeeze in my run before the appointment, and be back in business in a jiffy.
How important is the internet part of your daily life?