Sharing The Wealth

It has been an exhausting week.

Between hosting problems, moving-to-a-new-host glitches, internet down time, and a gynocology appointment, I have been hittin’ the blood pressure meds pretty hard.

Oh, I kid.

Seriously though, I’ve got loads of stuff to share, so lets get right to it.

— If your blog is moved from one host to another, it is a safe bet that the move will not be glitch stress-free.

— If your hot husband decides to switch your internet service from Verizon to Suddenlink before his six month vacation in another country, it is best to stick! to! your! guns! and refuse the move.

Yes, as a matter of fact you have read that before. You have read it before because I have written it before. Hear me when I say, I was totally against said move. Our internet has crashed twice in four days.

— If you have Suddenlink internet service and the service crashes, you should, by all means blog about it. And it probably wouldn’t hurt to go ahead and play the deployment card if you have one. Because if you blog about it, a gentleman by the name of Mr. A. who happens to be a big wig Senior Vice President at Suddenlnk will contact you directly to find out exactly what your internet needs and problems are.

— If you receive an e-mail from someone “posing” as a Senior VP for Suddenlink, it is best that you not send an e-mail questioning which of your friends is playing this joke because in all likelihood, it is not a joke.

— Once the verification is received, you will tell everyone.you.know. about your new love for Suddenlink and its VP.

— Oh, and before you get totally swept up in the Suddenlink excitement, you should totally write down Mr. A’s e-mail address on a scrap sheet of paper. You should do this because in the event of your internet crashing four days later, you will be kicking yourself because it never dawned on you that an e-mail address does you no good if you do not have access to your e-mail account.

–And, IF you did have his e-mail address, you remember that you could e-mail him from your new PEEK.

— Suddenlink has the best customer service of any business I’ve ever dealt with. Even though their internet has been random. At best.

— If you find yourself without a baby sitter on the day of your annual exam with your gynecologist, it is probably best to reschedule. If that is not at option, you should, by all means visit the potty with your three year old before getting undressed in the exam room.

If you hear nothing else I say, trust me on this one!

Visit Musings of a Housewife for some other great tips that you probably can’t live without this week.

Comments

  1. says

    I haven’t moved my blog for that reason, I don’t want the freak out!

    At least they have good customer service, I hate the companies that have poor products and poor customer service.

  2. says

    Oh man. I can see you cruising the halls of the gybo’s office in that paper robe thing they give you. Oh sheesh. And then what did your little one do when he whipped out the, ahem, *tools*?!

    Lucky thing you had your Peek!

  3. says

    You are so funny. It’s been an eventful week, hasn’t it? I hope this one upcoming is, well, less so! 🙂

    PS) may I ask what host you switched from and to? I am getting ready to do that myself…

  4. says

    You must have read my mind. That last lesson is good to know. I was just thinking about when to schedule my annual and which child would be less trouble and/or ask questions during the visit. It was a lot easier when they were oblivious and well, babies.

  5. Julie says

    LMAO! Love the last one. You’re always entertaining to visit. 🙂 So glad you love your PEEK!!!!!!!