Hopefully they will have it up and running well soon, especially if I have to work from home and need that access. In the meantime I'll be reading when I can.
Other than that our office is preparing for the big split with one division becoming independent of the other. I will be making the move up the street to our new offices in the next few weeks. For those of us that are moving, it will be a big change. We've been very pampered with garage parking, a tunnel into the building to stay out of the weather, a cafe plus roomy cubicles and offices plus. I've been there 15 years. We know there will be a big change and we (including me) will be full of complaints until things normalize (when we should really be very grateful that we still have good jobs). Regardless, it is a stressful time revamping and leaving office friends that will be with the other division. There is an office tour today but I'm passing since I am still using the walker at work. I think I may miss that thing since it has a compartment that holds my laptop and paperwork while I walk from meeting to meeting. We dock and undock all day, sort of taking our desk with us.
On the home front, we're getting some vegetables and flowers planted. My knee is preventing me from planting at ground level so the hubby is doing that while I plant in pots and on the raised garden wall. My granddaughter can plant the flower seeds this weekend when she is here if we are not rained out. My husband has to till the big garden area too. The peach tree and the plumb are full of fruit. This is the first time in years that the plum has produced since we've had late frosts the past few years. Now we have to keep the bugs off of them. I am not a fruit tree expert so advice is welcome.
I see the Dr on Friday about my knee. I'm driving to work myself this week and, being my right knee, it is more sore from that. I have been able to walk up a few steps normally but not down. It's still one step at a time, Up is always easier for me so walking down must put more stress on the dwindling cartilage behind my knee. He will probably want to talk replacement down the road but I'm on the fence on that since I live in a two story without a main floor bed and full bath plus how will I get to work if my husband also needs to work? Nothing immediate but some considerations.
Hopefully the internet will be back to normal soon but if you don't hear from me you'll know why.