Call me a Luddite. I had a simple $15 flip cell phone when I jumped into a smart phone. The iPhone4 had just been release so I got the soon to be obsolete version for nearly free. It was like fast-forwarding into the future: Internet connection, apps, email, video, and easy texting. Still, part of me thought it was all a bit absurd. Do we really need to be constantly connected?
Then the game changed, I found Instagram. Suddenly I was able to share photos of the girls with their grandparents in different cities, to SEE into the daily lives of online friends, and to capture everyday memories without hassle.
There is no happiness; there are
only moments of happiness.