Work, and some little repairs
We had a heavy T-Storm swish through the area last night. We got a bit over two inches of rain, and woke up to about 15 people with no internet connection.
A large part of my job is as communicator for the local internet company. I passed on the list of the people that were down. That let the Technician pinpoint where the problem lay, and he had it fixed in a matter of minutes for most of them.
A couple people had more persistent problems, but I was able to pass them on and let the person know the problem would be addressed.
Then there was some chasing up on the few slow pay clients, and talking to prospective clients.
Light duty for me, but it keeps non-technical issues off the Senior Tech’s desk
In between calls I managed to do a couple minor repairs to some spindles.
My drop spindle had been getting kicked around in my tote bag, and the glue holding the whorl square to the shaft had come loose. I re-glued it. and it is much more stable now.
I made a couple air dry clay support spindles some time ago. The clay shrank as it dried, so the rose blossom shaped whorls needed to get glued also.