Cumpata: Being prepared to accept change
I celebrated my birthday. It was one of those special number birthdays like 21, 30, 40 and, oh, then 50!
My family celebrated my birthday with dinner at a local restaurant and before the food arrived my 11-year-old nephew played some game on his iPad Mini. When finished, we went to my sister’s for dessert and all over the kitchen were old photos of me as a baby to today. Many were cute and others I would have eliminaed if I had a match or a shredder.
One point of interest was a photo showing our living room with the TV my mother won at the Union Carnival and the record player, totally classic 1960s. As my nephew with the iPad Mini looked at the pictures, he could not imagine such archaic electronic devices. As the adults remembered how you needed to get up to change the channel, the younger group texted, emailed, shared their thoughts on Facebook, or watched YouTube. Technology has changed how we live, work and communicate.
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