Thursday Musings

Do you remember the days when your parents would call you on the phone and tell you they sent you an email?

Now we’re in the days when our kids text us to ask if the can call us on the phone.


My posting schedule will be a little different the next couple of weeks.  More about that on Sunday,
Andrew

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I work in the high tech world doing software release engineering Then I got prostate cancer Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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29 Responses to Thursday Musings

  1. I am motivational blogger & happy to follow you…hope you may like my blogs

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  2. It’s time to change…we are witness of changing era…

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  3. My sister. I love her dearly, but she texts her daughter all the time. My sister and I are in our 50’s so you’d think she knew how to use the phone! I always know when my daughter is in trouble or needs money because she calls instead of texting – haha!

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  4. inesephoto says:

    That’s true 🙂 I often text before calling.

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  5. Clever observation 😀

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  6. I work with a woman who emails me, but also prints it and puts it in my in-basket. (Grrrr!)
    Also, if I email her, she prints and files it.
    No idea if she’s entered the age of texting yet. I’ll keep you posted.

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  7. George says:

    That’s pretty funny and very true..::)

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  8. Yeah, that does happen. Those audio text messages–hate them!

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  9. lorieb says:

    first thing I noticed, this is not friday!

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  10. Carrie Rubin says:

    I have to text my mother to tell my stepdad when I’ve sent him a text. Then he reads the text and sends me a text asking me what would be a good time for him to call me. 😄

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  11. Haha…so true! 🙂

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