I put sarcasm in the title because I think it fits; the sarcasm was directed at WordPress and was pretty mild. Writing the post released the frustration of dealing with the quirks of WordPress. I am on my phone at the moment, typing this post. I checked two hours ago and WordPress said I had no posts scheduled for 9:09 P. M. Imagine my surprise when my last post showed up.
I noticed WordPress on my phones lies to me, both on the app and in a browser window. On my laptop, it tends to be slightly more honest. It still lies, but a lot less. Since I am at home, the phone is my only access to posting. With my phone, I can’t easily see how many posts are scheduled when I am trying to add a new time. With my laptop, I have a good clue, but it doesn’t always work as it occasionally misses some.
My goal is to some day get home Internet back. It’s a low priority as I most likely need to pre-pay a year in advance since I have not had Internet in 5 years. That or a sizeable deposit. I would buy the box from them or somewhere else to save the monthly rental fee. I would go with the cheapest plan as I expect to be back at my favorite cafe once the lockdown is over.
It’s been an exciting experience since I cancelled my good Internet. It has shown me I can meet the challenge of not having good Internet at home to get posts done.
Today was my first stay at home day in weeks. I went to my convenience store for some groceries. Other than that, I was home all day. Weird to not have someone to talk with for most of the day. I interacted with a few bloggers and Facebook friends to see how they are doing. I thought it helped to have some alone time.