Sam, our grandson, is fast becoming the go-to expert for the Android OS. He taught me three things within 38 seconds of picking up my Toshiba Touch. It’s lovely to have an obsessed fan in the family. I think I need to invite him back soon — and often.
Wolf Hahn asks, “Why paint landscapes? Because it’s where we live.”
Seems about right to me.
Friend Barbara mentioned that she sits in her easy chair reading her Kindle while she checks out map references and other unknowns on her Tablet, sitting on the stand next to her. Now there’s a perfect solution to the all-too-big atlases that I sometimes have to haul out.
Although Barbara did allow as how she often prefers the “wood” version of text to the Kindle version; we both have early Kindles, which are great for text but not so good for maps and images.
It’s a sign of great socializing when all three of my big red Mama Ro cups have to be washed after the guests have left. My favorite people know about these cups, which are just the right size for cuddling the hand, allowing warmth to pervade the conversation. I also had to wash the small version of these big ones, plus about six others. It was open house at the U-woods yesterday.
Why, when it’s been 26 years since I was last in the classroom, does my final dream of the morning involve forgetting to show up to teach a class?
The mind, in all its randomness, is an amazing maze. –June