Love this post. Even though I am very guilty of texting instead of talking (I have very poor cell service in a lot of areas) I do miss a time when technology was not a part of everything.
Can anyone else relate?

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About ramblinann

I live in Massachusetts and always have. I sell healthy holistic pet food as an independant rep with Life's Abundance. That is done mostly from home on my computer. When I'm not working for myself with the pet food, I am sitting behind the wheel of a big yellow school bus.
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  1. Tammy says:

    Great post. I tend to get caught up in the “I don’t have time to (fill in the blank)” if it consists of actually DOING something in person. I’ll text, email, forward, Google or reply all day long, but ask me to come over and help you weed your garden and I go all whiny and impatient. Society has definitely turned us into “instant gratification” people and if we’re asked to slow down and actually DO something (especially for someone else), it’s like the end of the world. I literally have to tell myself that I should be grateful for those rare moments when my family wants to hang out with me or do something other than communicate via a technological device. I don’t ever want to lose a loved one and look back and wish I could’ve spent more time with them, you know?

  2. ramblinann says:

    I never texted but got into the habit because with my old prepaid cell it was cheaper to text then talk. LOL Now with the new grandbaby I know I can text and my daughter will get it when she gets it. If they are sleeping I won’t wake her. I do like to talk when there is a lot to say and it make get misconstrued in writing. I remind myself constantly that I should be grateful my mom is still with us, but I do have a hard time breaking away from all I want to or have to do just to run in to do something for her. Sometimes it’s not even a visit because I can’t make out what she is talking about. Yes I am guilty as charged.

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