No Cricket for me :( 5/28/2010

Looks like I’m stuck with Verizon until I find something else that works out here with unlimited internet access.    I tried out the Cricket at home the other night and it took 10 minutes just to load the program.  Another 5 minutes just to get to my emails.  I knew right then I would never be able to upload any photos for my reports.  Meanwhile, I’ll borrow T-Jay’s Cricket Broadband for when I get close to my 5GB limit. It worked great while I had it at work in Manassas yesterday.  Oh well, I tried.  On to my mission to find an unlimited replacement for Verizon.

We had an incredible thunderstorm last night.  I was trying to get some photos of the lighting out of my bedroom window but had no luck of catching any of it.  I’ll have to play with the settings on my camera.

This morning I took these…

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Sweet peas…..I can’t believe how fast they came up.  It took only two days for them to sprout.

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That’s my tomato plant going crazy.  It’s the first one that I planted.

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First strawberry blossom.

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I have no clue to what this is. ^^^^^ Any ideas?

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First blossom on cucumber and the first on the green beans on the right. It’s amazing what 12 hours will do.  I sometimes think that I could sit there and watch them grow. :)

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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
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