We still don't have Internet access at home, and we're all getting kinda twitchy. We can't e-mail people, check our sites, or order stuff from home. And worse still for Michele, she can't e-mail me from home to remind me about things. She stopped thinking "So just e-mail me" was funny long ago.
Apparently the Consulate phone guy told Airtel, the broadband provider, not to do any installations to our houses until he got back from leave. I hear it's because the phone system at the Consul General's compound is wired differently from the rest of the city, but I'm not sure. But he's back now, and he's doing the paperwork for our connection. Maybe we'll have it by the weekend. Maybe.
Also, Not-A-Joiner Michele joined the Overseas Women's Club, so I'm proud of her for that. Today she's spending the day at school, partially because there's a coffee among the 3rd grade parents. We also paid for our trip north (to Delhi, the Taj Mahal, and a camel festival) at the end of October, so we have something to look forward to.