Patience is a virtue of mine or so I have been told. Dealing with all the phone calls related to stopping services for our move has been so time comsuming. I am sure you all know the drill, you put in all your numbers and push the right buttons. By the time you reach a human, they should already have all the information in front of them and then you are asked to provide it all over again. I am still kind to the human beings on the other end of the line, I know they are just trying to make a living.
My most trying times have been with Dish Network. For the company to remove the dish, their equipment, it costs $95. And then there is this receiver business, we had to buy a new one a few years ago to replace their faulty one and mail back their faulty one. They are mailing me a box to mail back their current one to the company, I have to take the receiver to TN and mail it from there because we won't be at this address to receive the box, once again to return their equipment! Whew!
Sorry, dear friends ... now to a much happier topic.
As I mentioned in yesterday's blog post, I met my artist friend Ginny for lunch. She brought along some of her latest Zentangle drawings to share.
|What fantastic and elaborate designs! I can see all kind of things in these!|
|Ginny drew these in the car last week on their thousand mile journey!|
Ginny, thank you for sharing your art with me yesterday. I had a great time and I look forward to seeing you and Dan this Saturday evening. ♥
Here I am changing the subject again, I will soon be saying good bye to my little mural I painted in one of our bathrooms over the tub.
|The shower curtains are green, they have a strange color in this photo.|
|My inspiration piece for the mural. I would love to find another bottle|
of this Asquith & Somerset Tuscan Olive Room Fragrance.
It smells so good and fresh.
Maybe a glass of wine would do me good tonight ...