Did you ever have one of those weeks where your email goes down and the tech guys tell you it’s gone forever? Completely deleted from the entire universe? Then, after long conversations and explanations, they decide it was their mistake? So they say they’ll fix it and it will be back up and running by the next day? Did that ever happen to you?
Then the next day it was still not working? And the tech guys said it would take another 22 hours. And after 22 hours it was still not working? And every email that was sent was bounced back to the sender? And every day that went by you remembered more reasons why loosing all your email contacts would be a very bad thing?
I sincerely hope it did not happen to you. Because it just happened to me. And it is not a good thing.
Finally, finally, after four long days, the code writers triumphed and all was back in order. I was connected.
But you know, things have a way of balancing out, because during that very same week, I had swing coats to sew and hours of sewing and concentrating. So there was no room to think about anything but fabric and strips and coats and breathing.