Today was a bit of this and that. I got my regular morning garden chores done after breakfast and transplanted two roses. Our new range top was delivered so now we just need the contractor to get back from his vacation and get it and the range hood installed. Then I got to the studio to mark a bunch of test tiles and then came up and updated my test notes. That was interrupted with the handyman showing up with the second raised bed. He left it on a trailer in front of the house and will be back with someone in the morning to help him get it to the back yard.
Since I'm still dealing with an abundance of eggplant and zucchini, I made a ratatouille type pasta sauce with them and some peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes. Jim has picked out one of our favorite Zins to go with it.
The computer connectivity problem is still ongoing - over 5 days of basically no service, with only few moments of each day to check email. We're talking of only about an hour altogether each day, and that is if I get lucky and check constantly. Phone calls just result in receiving taped messages and when I finally talked to a real person, he had no idea what is causing the problem - just that he knows there is the problem from Washington and all of Oregon and maybe parts of Northern California. Since Century Link hasn't bothered to share with him what the problem actually is, the poor guy said he's gone from having calls from frustrated users, quickly deteriorating to angry and then abusive callers. Century link needs to at least tell customers what the problem is - you would think!