Life without a computer? I’d be lost!

Life After Blogs
I didn’t have Internet at home until 6 and a half years ago. June 20, 2009 to be exact. My Dad didn’t believe in paying for something that we could get for free at the library. We don’t have a phone jack upstairs either so it made it very difficult to figure out what to do. The bell technician told me to go wireless which would be cheaper than putting in a jack at 100 dollars. I don’t know how I got by without having it at home for so many years.

Nowadays I couldn’t live without my computer. I don’t get a penny saver (flyers for grocery stores) so I have to look it up online. I also have to email my list to grocery guy. I used computer to check out prices and sizes for new microwave.

I have a few friends that I email everyday. I would be very lonely without my computer to talk to them. I love keeping up with friends on Facebook. I read fellow blogs on WordPress and my church friends blog. I will admit I play games on Facebook. It’s mindless fun and something to do.

I am also doing the decluttering challenge on Facebook. I get my Twinless Twins newsletter online. Last night I emailed something to be submitted.

IVe used my computer to look up obits for Mom and myself. I have written condolences for Mom if she was unable to attend.

I’m sure I could come up with many other things I use it for. As you could see I couldn’t live without it.

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4 thoughts on “Life without a computer? I’d be lost!

  1. Nice post! I am living without a proper connection, which is bad enough, but a recent move meant me shutting down all my computers. It is not fun and totally challenging in today’s world! My life will be whole again as soon as I figure out how to get one of these monitors hooked up to my tower 😉

  2. You’re killing me with this grocery guy! I get a nice chuckle. I know you’ve talked about people not supporting you on this subject, myself I see nothing wrong with having one. There are many different ways people try and save time. I feel you’re giving someone a job as well. I clean for people on the side. Which is another time saver for people. I enjoy that you write about him. Thanks!

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