I am feeling slightly technologically overloaded these days. Taylor mentioned that he was going to write a book about all the things i don't know about technology. While that may be true please let it be stated here, for time and all eternity, that i did unlock my own Apple phone this month. I may not have a lot to brag about, but i am proud of that accomplishment. Between Facebook, Blogger, Instagram, Pinterest, text, email, and now, Google plus (if i want to see pictures of Luke), it just seems like a lot (and no, i don't twitter). Remember when people passed notes in class and you got mail in the mailbox? Remember Photo mat where pictures were developed (i actually applied to work at Photo mat but was denied because i failed the prerequisite math test)? Why is that suddenly sounding easier?
Why is keeping track of your third cousin once removed now a prerequisite and answering 50 emails a day part of etiquette. With a camera on our phone, we also have apx 2,000 pictures a year to sort and index. As the comic Jim Gafferty said, "i have more pictures of my son than my dad ever looked at me". Am i the only one on technology overload? Hmm, so... in my quest to sort out all the before mentioned communication options, I'm trying to decide what to do about blogging.
When i saw my friend Karen's book she made from her blog, i started writing. I loved her book. These days i don't scrap book, or journal (i write Cameron each week instead), so i liked the idea of a photo journal, a sort of family history. The problem is i have been a terrible slacker. So... my goal now made public (or at least to Karen as she is my only reader) i vow to do better. I will blog at least once a month. There, it isn't much, but it is a start. On we go soldiers of technology! I am going to catch up from the fall and then march forward.