After that text, I walked into the living room and viewed my girls (Jack was watching Olympics downstairs).
This is definitely a far cry from when I was a little girl. The VCR was difficult enough, but somehow Joy figured out this game, or at least thought she did.
Ivy and Eva played on my phone. They love it. I, on the other hand, prefer they play with non-electronic devices...like their imagination. Sometimes I have to shoo them outside for some play time or bike riding. I'm glad that soccer season is just a couple of weeks away.
I have to admit that I am very thankful for these conveniences. I rarely watch TV, so my news is always gotten from the computer. My phone holds all my appointments, calendars, phone numbers, and addresses. Everything is so compact now. Things are simplified. The other day at the pool, I looked up a recipe and made a shopping list right there on my phone. I used to have one of these:
...with no internet. I was perfectly content and happy with this phone. Before Jordan left for the Navy, she talked me into one of these:
...so we could face time each other. I have to admit that it has been a nice, easy-to-use phone. And there are tons of cute covers to buy for them.
So, Jordan, are you happy? I did a post for you and said nothing important at all.
Oh, wait! I have one "important pic".