Last night there was a beautiful conjunction of your planet’s moon with the gas giant Jupiter. My phone photos don’t do it justice.
The stars are not conjoined for my internet connection however. This morning I am working my Internet problem. My mobile phone connects without a hitch, but my laptop simply will not connect. I will bypass the problem and get a USB gizmo from Vodadone. Better than nothing, and some if you were good to me with donations, which makes the cost less irritating.
One thing you learn when you’ve spent a lot of time in Rome: things rarely work without a hitch and the solution normally requires the one thing you don’t have with you. This is the place where I developed Zuhlsdorf’s Law: in the moment you need technology to work, that is when it will fail, and the depth of the failure is proportioned to the urgency of the need. I am sure you have all ha the experience of trying to show some how something works. That is when it won’t work. That’s Zuhlsdorf’s Law. Corollary: Murphy was an optimist.
In the meantime, breakfast: