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So, yesterday was the day. The phone company had said they would make my ADSL line enabled "in the morning" on the day, Christmas Eve. They were to give me a phone call just before working on it, so that I could set up my new ADSL router in unison. What a lovely present. I was like a kid who is, with great anticipation, waiting for a new toy to be delivered. Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, kinda. But, wait, about what time do they mean is "in the morning"? Around 10? Well, I'm not sure. So I decided to wait doing some routine work - without blogging, because I wanted to blog about my ADSL connection on the day.

I waited, however, in vain until 11:50. The morning is almost over, as the world goes. What has happened? I called the company and the woman said, "I'm sorry, there is a delay in work operation." Uh, huh. Well, no problem. I know things go this way around here. Yeah. She said they would be able to work on my connection at 1:30. It's no wonder, you know, their "1:30" turned out to be "1:45". OK. That's a matter of course. I don't give it a damn. Anyway, I got an ADSL connection at last! The operation went quite smooth. The downlink speed is said to be 8Mbps, but the actual speed may be around 2.5 according to a test site. I don't feel it's real yet. I'll see gradually.

So, folks, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. :)

Merry Christmas


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I hope you and your family will have a
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Your blogger pal,
Trent (tatroyer)

I too would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas. I'm glad your enjoying your wonderful gift from the phone company. Just try and remember that you still need to take time to sleep.

Sincerely Yours.

Christmas Day is just beginning here in Texas. I got up an hour ago to fill the stockings with candies and fruit. Now it's 7:30AM and no one else is awake yet. Gee! When we were kids, we were up at 5AM trying to convince my parents it was time to let us get up and open presents.

Merry Christmas, Kiyo, to you and your family!

Happy Hollydays!