Monday, September 24, 2007

Observations on This Modern World

A disadvantage of living in a world with e-mail is that when I am expecting something to arrive in the regular mail, I have an impulse to go check our mailbox every ten minutes, even if the mail has already come for the day.

And a disadvantage of living in a world with cell phones is that whenever I misplace something - anything - I have the urge to call it so I can figure out where it is. Sadly, my wallet, keys and sunglasses did not come with telephone numbers. They should. (Fortunately for me, when I lose those things, I usually lose them in the same places every time, and my husband knows where those places are.)

4 comments:

CaBaCuRl said...

Good luck with selling some of your work. Oh, do you rent out your husband...would he please be able to find my reading glasses?

tinker said...

Hee hee - I recently wanted to 'beep' open the door lock on the front door, the way I do on the car...funny, how these technological advances can throw us for a loop.

tongue in cheek said...

I love that you found your way clear across the USA alone. You amaze me modern country girl!!

radiogirl said...

Corey! That's because I didn't need any modern technology -- just a map, and they're my specialty!

Caba, he could probably help! I don't think he'd argue with a trip to Australia, either! Hmmmm... we've never had a honeymoon, either...

Tinker, I would totally do that.