61 deg. clear, no wind.
Forecast = Partly sunny. A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs in the mid 80s. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
Jim felt much better yesterday so he headed down to Urbana to the Farm & Fleet store. It's not very far down there so it didn't take long before he was back here with all the things he was looking for.
Once back here, he did a little more rearranging of a couple of my basement compartments, (this will be an ongoing thing for awhile), and then came inside and helped Linda with a few things.
Oh, if any of you have been trying to e-mail Jim using Hotmail, there's a problem. After Greg got rid of the virus that was on this computer, all the passwords had to be used to get back into the various web sites and e-mail accounts. Well, Hotmail has decided that the password that Jim is using is not right and refuses to let him have access to his account. This means that, for right now, all the cards that Jim and Linda have given people throughout the years with that e-mail address on them will not let the people contact him, all the contacts that Jim had on that account are no longer accessible, and the MSN home page that Jim has had for years is no longer available to him.
He has filled out a questionnaire to try to gain access, but has not received a reply as of yet. If he doesn't get a reply soon, he says he'll set up a new account and try to let everyone know the new address.
Today Linda has to go see her doctor. She's dreading going there and I'm sure will be happy when it's over.
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