Even though Dear Diary is back up and running again, as of yesterday, I do have to admit that I am feeling a little behind on my journaling/diary. When I really want to write in my diary it seems that we have things happening online because of servers and other issues that are of no one’s fault but an occasional downtime. It can be mind boggling and frustrating. No, I am not complaining or feeling that unforeseeable circumstances just do not always work with my way of thinking due to anxiety. Even today I noticed that my IDS worker DB seemed a little moody to some extent while we were at the grocery store shopping only for three things. I did not know what I wanted or really needed the entire weekend. Then on our way … I believe it was home from the store … that DB’s oldest cat Angel had passed away on Friday. Oh my goodness – sad indeed even though she was okay with Angel passing away because she died of old age and DB always tells me that its “the way of life”. I still feel bad, though. My heart aches with understanding of losing a pet/family member with fur. In DB’s case, it was an 18 year old female cat who lived a good life with DB. I need to get back to journaling more.
When it comes to journaling on a daily basis online is the unexpected downtime of servers sometimes. That is the wonders of the World Wide Web today, always, and forever as technology continues to grow through the days and years of the lives of many who are very good at this sort of thing. It looks like Dear Diary is up and running once again after having a little downtime. The downtime unfortunately was not something I wanted at the time it went down but then I have no control of some things out of my profession. I know computers (Windows and Mac), how to use the internet and how you have to have Wi-Fi or DSL, or some kind of gadget to get online anywhere you can with good reception — like a TV antenna outside grabbing what it can for the TV to work properly but now that has become almost non-existent for many people who can have cable or satellite. I have cable at this time with a ROKU system connected to my TV to make it a smart TV. I am glad that Dear Diary is up and running again. I waited as patiently as possible and when I checked it out a few minutes ago I found it most helpful.