OK peeps... i know i just got here but i'm leaving on an extended trip in a couple of days and will be away from my beloved Similichron for 12 days. no internet unless i can persuade my friend to let me hop on her mac for a quick peek at my e-mail and stuff. i know i will be suffering from severe internet withdrawal by the end of my sojourn, especially the 2 1/2 days each way by train when i'll be completely cut off so, other than writing my fingers to the bone, what can i do to cope? any suggestions?
do just that write...write hubs and save them for when you can post them. write write write...oh and read on the train, it's relaxing have fun!
just write? could be dangerous... i need some internet like activity and i don't own a blackberry or any high tech gizmos. although i do occasionally get email in my head when i've been away from the computer for too long. i've thought about possibly engaging in some banter with my fellow traveler's and enjoying being disconnected. who knows? i may like it and never return.
Oh you'll return I know you will you'll miss us hamsters hehehe
and banter away! might get some good ideas for hubs
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