We felt the tremors from the 5.8 earthquake even here in Columbia. Or at least my co-workers did. I was so intent on something I was doing that I thought it was just someone moving stuff upstairs. The first I heard of the event was when a colleague came by and said, “Did you feel the earthquake?”
If we have to have earthquakes, I suppose the best kind is one you don’t notice.
Here’s a little music to go with the shaking:
If you tried to call me on my cell phone today I wasn’t there – because I lost the cellphone yesterday. Argh. And of course I had it on vibrate so I couldn’t just call myself.
Fortunately I have cell phone insurance. I put in a claim today and expect to get the phone TOMORROW — how about that?
In other news, I wore a pair of deep wine/brown loafers with black pants to work today. I didn’t even notice until about 10 a.m. when I looked down at my feet while in the bathroom. Aie yi yi…..
Oh – just got an e-mail from my credit card company asking me if the charge from the cell phone insurance company is fraudulent. Joy. Tune in tomorrow: Will Jennifer get a cell phone? Will her credit card be cancelled? Will she dress in the dark again?
Ah, well, tomorrow is another day…..
Between my computer being down for some time and numerous other things going on, I haven’t posted in … well, by internet standards, forever.
So today, for your enjoyment:
The first page ever posted on the World Wide Web (Aug. 6, 1991)
The logical conclusion