When the Wi-Fi Dies (Day 232)

While in Washington DC, my daughter and I are staying with my cousin and her family.

We finally settled in at their house in the evening and asked how to sign into their wi-fi signal so we could use our computers. My cousin went to plug the password into my daughter’s phone and discovered that her router was dead.

I did have an interesting day and some cool stuff to talk about, but I am left writing my post on my phone, and my old eyes and fingers can’t handle typing on  the tiny screen, so I am going to save the longer post for another day.

For now, all I will say is that it’s been so long since I was last here that I forgot how much I love this city. And how much I love my cousin (and her husband and kids.)

Word is there will be a new router in place tomorrow. I’ll sign off until then.



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