A sign in Uganda by a sanctuary in the 1960s. Judging by all the gorillas that were captured or poached there, the sign should have read: People Are Dangerous. Run Like Hell When They Approach.
I'm of the mind that the average gorilla has a much better handle on her life than the average human does on hers. If I had a gorilla helping me, I might be able to deal with the behind-the-scenes working of a simple blog, but alas, I do not.
Thank you so much for all of your comments. I have not really missed Internet access, but I have missed many bloggers.
As I've mentioned, I am doing this at the library, with a limited time frame - which is all I can handle now anyway. Never a computer whiz, I've become alarmingly techno-backward since my disorder.
If I comment on your blogs & you reply to the comment, could you please email me with the reply if it is not a bother? Except for Mark's, I am not receiving comments on my blog or follow-up comments on anyone else's(when I check Notify Me) in my gmail.
If I haven't visited you I can assure you it is because I can't find your blog. Please either leave a link or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. I do seem to be receiving emails if they are not part of a blog, but some are winding up in spam. Got all that? Sorry.
I just know that if I was a gorilla, I'd be napping right now....