So, how can forgetting ever be wonderful? It is a matter of being selective. I forget things, like what I’m looking for when I cross the threshold of a room. I have to think twice and hope a delayed reaction will turn on the light bulb of remembrance. My mother used to say, “Tie a string around your finger so you won’t forget next time!” It always seemed like a dumb idea to me. When Mom was out of sorts, her Scottish brogue would kick in, saying: “Wean, ye would forget yer head if it wisnae attached on!” Continue reading “I Forget! It’s Wonderful Sometimes!”
I love technology until I hate it – when it doesn’t do what I want. Wish I could just talk at it and it would magically fix whatever is wrong with it, or with me. Siri never seems to give me the answer I need! Can you relate to the frustration? Wondering what Siri is? Seems like the world is changing faster than I can keep up.
But, there is hope. Some of my fellow bloggers experience the same frustration. If I can’t figure it out, maybe I can jump on the train of the next new technology thing that comes out. Continue reading “Technology and the Generation Gap”