Daily Prompt: Life After Blogs Posted on July 29, 2013 by Al Your life without a computer: what does it look like? Rate this:Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
I think it’s called books. The problem with books are that 1.) they don’t remember what page you were on when you fell asleep, 2.) they’re not backlit so I can’t read in the dark. 3.) they never reply to my comments!
On the plus side their batteries don’t run out!
I never have a problem remembering which page when I fall asleep reading. It’s one!
I had no idea that your hair was so long. Keep growing it and you could donate it to “Locks for Love.” Or in your case, Locks (Lots) of Love (Luck). 😉
I’ve decided to grow it to Rapunzel length for that day when I need a Trump comb-over.
Always planning ahead–get it? “A-head?” 😉
I’ve seen a look like that before, without the beard, but the eyes were the same colour and the hair the same texture!
I managed quite well being away from the computer for most of the days when I was on holiday. I actually found it difficult to start blogging properly again when I came home.
You should start a support group for computer withdrawal!
I might be the first casualty. Now that I am home again, my laptop keeps me in touch with the world.
We’re glad you’re still addicted so we can keep up with you. Besides, you have to keep watch on Barbara!
I gave up keeping an eye on Barbara when she grew up to the sky and way past me!
I would love to be unplugged for awhile, but people keep sending me emails and then chastise me for not responding within an hour. If it’s that important, People, you can call me. Haven’t you heard of the telephone? Hello? Geesh! I can’t imagine how much I’d get yelled at if I truly left the Internet for awhile. Love the hair, by the way. Makes it look like it has more volume.
Only my hairdresser knows for sure!
I just want to say how pleased I am that you are advertising the very latest in transport as a header for your Blog, and also including a fetching picture revealing that you use the same method of combing your hair as me. Great minds as they say !
Actually, I think the obligation to comb your hair expires when you reach 75% hair loss. But I could be wrong on that.
As for my mode of transportation, I wouldn’t want the man-made global warming crowd to converge on me for using a car.
I’ve been unplugged for almost 2 weeks, and now I’ve got that same reaction to putting my toes BACK into the computer waters. By the way, that’s a good look for you.
Women have a thing for that crazy guy look, don’t they?
I will leave a comment if dear WordPress lets me. this is only the 30th time I’ve logged in this morning. (Don’t talk to me about computers…) Dianne
You’re welcome to borrow my expression….for a small stipend, of course.
Would it be that bad – remember land lines and newspapers and radio and pen and ink and pen pals etc etc
Are you kidding? I remember shared phone lines, Fibber McGee and Molly on the radio and ink wells in the classroom desks!
That’s what I look like WITH a computer! 😉
It’s like looking in a mirror!
😀 😀 😀
Welcome to the 18th century
Right. Hi-tech then was communicating by drums and smoke signals.
LOL of the LOL! 🙂 no way to look like this, young man… we all can survive without computers and cellphones! 🙂
But then I’d actually have to get by on sheer ability. A daunting thought to say the least.
HAVE MERCY! LOL
You forgot how scary looking I was, didn’t you, Vickie?