Letter81

Since I have an iPad as well, I first check my mailbox. Imagine if someone awaits an answer from me. I use the Internet mainly for my social contacts from the church circle and friends. And to search for holiday destinations. The computer is also stuffed with photos, which I forward, edit and turn into photo albums. I check my mailbox at least three times a day. Suppose that…
Life without the Internet?? That was about 15 years ago when we would use the landline to make a phone call. I also have a pen-pal with whom I have been corresponding for 50 years now. We agreed to keep doing this through handwritten letters. We did not succeed. They have turned into many emails now. Often twice a week. Last year we celebrated our writing anniversary, 50 years. She is sitting next to me right now.
An also writes down her letter writing experiences with me. I also e-mail my grandchildren and we talk to each other on face time, which is very nice when they want to show me something new. I look forward to them growing up and being able to help me with difficult things. And something else: my son, who was born in 1971, first used a computer when he was 14 years old. He studied computer science and now gives me remote computer assistance. Without the Internet? Difficult…