The storms have finally let up but we’re going on day three of no reliable internet. Since nearly every system I use is web- or cloud-based — postage/shipping, customer database, accounting, photo editing, social media management — everything is moving at the speed of molasses. But I’m doing what I can via phone. Hopefully the worst ISP in North America will come out and fix their Stone Age technology pretty soon and we’ll have the usual crappy DSL again… in the meantime, please don’t take it personally if I’m slow to answer or a bit taciturn 🙂
Visit Seraphin Station to read more or to book your spot in the community altar work for the new moon, or for one of the two March honey jar services, for prosperity/success or for love/relationships.
Up next: St. Joseph service for work and family matters, St. Benedict service for removing crossed conditions and casting off evil.
I still haven’t been able to make heads or tails of the bluehost hosting I paid for six months ago and am not using because I can’t make it go. But I was finally able to upgrade this blog, at least, to a WordPress plan, which means you shouldn’t be annoyed by outside advertising any longer. And if it wasn’t annoying you, it was annoying *me* anyway, so I’m happy!