…for the iphone. Lorraine is still living in the “dark ages.” She continues to use a “flip phone.”
Truthfully, I rarely use my cell phone and look at the $38.00 per month as a misplaced expense.
Today is National Camera Day and that is something I can celebrate.
I read the article and decided to follow their suggestion: “To celebrate National Camera Day, snap a picture of something or someone you enjoy and cherish the memory. Post photos on social media using #NationalCameraDay.” (1) Dig out the tripod; (2) figure out (again) how to set the timer; (3) snap a dozen pictures in hopes of an acceptable image. FYI: This is where I spend most of my time; this is my work area. “Something you enjoy and cherish the memory.”
Did you say “We can’t see you”? That’s a deliberate move on my part. I don’t want the reader to see my “old lady” wrinkles.
I meet many people who still use a flip phone by choice. It doesn’t put you in the dark ages. We all choose our priorities and your choices are right for you. Please don’t keep calling yourself old. You are only as old as you think you are. You are young in many ways. Celebrate life! You are a blessing.
It’s not a “phone”, it’s a handheld communication device!