Give me a break already

Thursday night I spent the better part of the evening on the phone with technical support because – GUESS WHAT – my effing internet and television was down. Go figure.

Not only that, but there was horrid static on my phone line.

Now. They tell me the phone line has NOTHING to do with this jazzy new fiber optic bullshit they installed. Uh huh. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

After being on the phone for sixty life sucking moments (don’t get me wrong, the guy was SUPER nice but I’m out of patience here folks), I hung up and called the phone company. She cleared up my line in less than three minutes and all was well.

And guess what? The effing internet and televsion fancy bullshit box started to work. Again. With no problems.

And they SWORE the phone line wouldn’t have anything to do with it.

You know what? Kiss my ass. And by the way, here’s an invoice for all the effing trouble you’ve put me through.

On a happier note (haha) the kiddo had Meet the Teacher night and I LOVE LOVE LOVE his teacher. She is SUPER. She told me she wrote the curriculum on the first grade for the district – YEAH district – and they were going to do something a little different than the other first grade classes in the school. This makes me very happy as I know my son will be in the best class possible. And he already made a new friend while we were meeting the teacher.

This cannot be my child. I was never this outgoing when I was younger.

Anyway. I’m super happy he has such a great teacher for his first grade year. This is a super school and I’m always very impressed with the super staff (okay I just wanted to say SUPER one more time. :D)

I’m getting the kiddo this weekend and we have a few activities planned for Sunday. Nothing major on Saturday though. I’m going to take it easy this weekend. I have no projects planned except for play a rousing game of Battleship with the kiddo. I promised. And he’ll be ticked if I tell him no. So it looks like that’s on the agenda.

T.G.I.F. I can’t believe what a long-ass week this was. So glad it’s over finally!

By Michelle

I love dragons, castles, fairies and elves. I drink coffee, wine and martinis. Fantasy, paranormal and contemporary romance author. Proud Texan.