My tablet hit the floor and the world as I know it came crashing down.
Okay, slight exaggeration… but it no longer has a working touch screen and is useless.
It’s scary how quickly we embrace and rely on the new gadgets. 5 years ago I was dead set against having a cell phone. I did not want to be attached to an electronic tether. It seemed to me a mobile phone would simply ensure I never had quiet time to myself again.
Turns out I was right. Haven’t felt whole without a mobile connection to family and friends since I first connected a phone to the web.
Access to the family computer is a pain the butt, to say the least and I’m not up to blogging on this tiny slide out keyboard.
Choosing, instead of freaking out in this perceived tech isolation, to embrace the silence a bit. Take a deep breath, pick up a well-worn favorite book. Maybe tweet a little… and embrace the relative quiet.
The above was written weeks ago when I first broke the tablet and has hope it could be fixed.
Okay, screw calm and quiet. I’m completely freaking out.
I’ve commandeered Hubby’s tablet. If I don’t get away from Facebook memes, Twitter, and time wasting games, my brain will implode.
Write! Must write!