It all started when a customer service rep said: "Lemme ask you sumthin, what makes you think you have the right to call and ask us anythin?"
Yea, that didn't sit well with me! It took everything I had to bite my tongue and not say what I really wanted to say -- if you know what I mean.
Instead, I calmly asked to be transferred to his supervisor. He informed me that he was giving me my first warning for being abusive and if it continued, he would hang up. Again, I calmly asked to be transferred to his supervisor.
You all know how this goes, right? You ask to speak to a supervisor, you get put on hold F-O-R-E-V-E-R and then the person comes back to you and explains that the supervisor is
"not in the office today"
"on another call"
"in a meeting"
or whatever other excuse they can come up with.
So this guy comes back on the line and says his supervisor is on a long call with another customer. I asked to be transferred anyway.
I was put on hold again
and I waited...
until finally someone came on the line and promptly disconnected the call! I probably should have just hung up on the guy to begin with, lol.
Nothing like a bad experience with a customer service rep to mess up your day and make everything else even more frustrating.
The antiquated little laptop I borrowed with the touchpad that can't be shut off. I'll be typing right along and my hand slightly touches the touchpad and all of a sudden the cursor is on the top command bar and every keystroke executes a new command!
Have any of you been having internet issues?
Seems like everyone I know is having issues of intermittent service, slow service or no service, regardless of provider, device or type of internet service.
In addition to the internet service issues, have you noticed that you have to click on a link more than once to get it to work? Between the internet issues, links not working and problems within Yahoo, my inbox is overloaded with messages. I delete a message only to have it reappear three more times or not get moved to the trash folder at all.
Don't I sound like a Snickers commercial? Maybe I need to hit the candy drawer!
Last week I showed you the squashed stitches used in the BAP I'm working on.
Today, I'm showing you a tiny portion of the chart.
This is approximately three-quarters of an inch section of the chart. It is very tiny and very difficult to read.
I had scanned the chart to my laptop so I could enlarge it as much as I needed and stitch right from my laptop. Then my laptop died.
I should know better, but I just couldn't stand seeing these huge weeds in my tomatoes (seriously, they just appeared practically overnight). So I pulled them. Wrong thing to do! Whatever this weed is, it gave me a rash and aggravated my allergies so much that I'm congested with itchy, watery eyes, sinus headache, sneezing and just plain miserable! Next time, I'll just wait for Hubby to get home (he doesn't have allergies, lucky man!).
I have lots of other stuff and pics to share with you, but for today this is all I have time for. Guess that means you'll just have to visit again, lol.
HAVE A GREAT DAY!