That's where I am today. I was able to get four computers connected to wifi when we got a new combination router/modem, but I lost the wifi capability on my Kindle, Kindle Fire, iPod, printer/scanner, one landline (the other two work). Steve has never been able to use wifi for the printer from his laptop. So that's six reasons to have someone else figure out, someone from Youngest Grandson's generation who probably can't legally work. I'll make the appointment tomorrow and then just wait it out.
Steve was at Trinity this morning, just like old times, and I joined him for the later service. As usual, it was good to be among old friends. Today's a good day for me, I was even well enough to hobnob at the coffee hour. Demi was with me throughout, true company for me on any kind of day.
I'm back into another one of those in-between times. I have no medical procedures until October 30th, when I begin a new course of chemotherapy. Gemzar, I'm told, is one of the easier regimens. The last woman I talked to didn't even lose her hair and was able to continue working, so I'm more hopeful. Another woman mentioned hair thinning and fatigue, but seemed to mean it was doable. In the meantime, I want to recover from the radiation and infection - I'm still in lots of pain - and get things done before the next onslaught. By my count that's 17 days. The wireless guy should be here by then, although, with a list that long, he might not be able to finish before I start in again.