Hi hubbers! I just joined hubpages 3 weeks ago and I love the community! It's fun to answer others question's and read hubs that interest me, even some that are out of my text, gives me an idea of other's knowledge and so much other thing's I didn't know. My internet's been cut and I haven't been able to be on much this devastates me I've been getting so attached and tuned into this I can't get enough of it! So it sucks that I'm not gonna be on here much for 1-2 weeks I wish I could write more hubs and enjoy this community, I really like it. So anyways guy's the first 3 weeks I have been on here have been awesome I think I'm a hubber for life . Enjoy your hubbing these next weeks! All the best. -PoeticPhilosophy
Wow! 19 hubs in three weeks. What you can do is do the traditional pen and journal routine, Then when you get back online incorporate what you have into hubs.
Do you have a local public library that offers free computer use? Can always fall back on that temporarily.
I wonder if you couldn't log in for two weeks how far your hubscore would drop.
Internet's back up! That wasn't so bad. Had to use the library for 3 day's but now I'm back to hubpages whole-heartedly again! Just posted my latest hub thanks for the suggestion's and support!
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