Friday, October 13, 2006

too good to be true...

Sweet. We got a new Canadian housemate this week, her name is Krista. She brought her laptop, and somehow is picking up a wireless signal, so here I am sitting on my bed (in front of the fan) updating my blog. I should have prayed for internet a long time ago. Who knew God would answer? :)
Oh shoot, somebody just knocked on the door.
Of course.

9 comments:

Christiane said...

nice that your computer is picking up a signal that you don't even have to pay for...you internet scammers you ;)

Who was at the door? The Water boy? :)

Miss you...love you more than you know...
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

Matt said...

Now we can all expect more frequent updates, right:)? How nice to be in your own home with the internet! God is so good.

I too, am curious to know who was a-knocking.

Scott and Dee said...

People are so nosey! Everyone wants to know who was at the door!:P So who was it, anyway?:)
Glad to have an update from the Jay-bird- much love to you from little McAdam-miss u!
dee><>

Matt, Christine, Elijah, Joseph & TBA said...

Janna, the above comment from Matt, was actually from Christine-who was accidentally using Matt's blogger id. Take care:).

Kevin & Sonya said...

Hi Jana, I love checking in on you and seeing what you are doing. Arent blogs great. As I am just starting to read it, I find myself a bit behind. How long are you away? What are you doing? etc. I will scroll down and keep reading. How's your spanish?

Sonn

Kevin & Sonya said...

Jana. One more question... have you planned any trips to Galapogos yet?
That is one place I would love to go.. being an aminal lover.

Anonymous said...

and...you havent posted anything in 7 days. How's that for someone with wireless at the tip of her fingers?

Anonymous said...

yeah... what that person said :). Oh, the pressure when you have a blog. Was wondering if you could post/ email me a recipe for menestra. I've kinda lost the taste and am having trouble recreating it. Marcelle

Janna said...

the knock at the door was a couple of 16-year-old boys (Mauricio, Gregorio etc.) that arrived ...to spend the afternoon chatting, playing checkers, and listening to some Spanish Regaeton/Rap (that you can imagine is my absolute favorite :)