I am not computer savvy at all. I wish I was but sadly no. Today I re-blogged for the very first time, and it felt good kind of like figuring out how to solve a problem that you have been battling with for a while. Not that it took me that long to figure out, but I was worried I’d mess it up or do it wrong, or even that it wouldn’t work, but thankfully it did, and if I can help to spread the message by re blogging than I am glad to help.

I think that this is where our kids have us at an disadvantage, you see they do not fear technology, are not afraid of pressing the wrong button or making a mistake. I never cease to be amazed at how quickly my children navigate a computer or iPad or iPhone, how quickly their fingers move across the screen, never hesitating, never second guessing.

I too want to be more like this but unfortunately It is not second nature for me, rather something that I need to constantly learn, a skill that I must keep perfecting, for no sooner have I mastered one thing something new has already come along and it’s time to learn that. There is a lot I still have to learn especially about blogging and wordpress and all that it can do, but I am up for the challenge.


3 thoughts on “Re-blogging

  1. Growing up my dad was one of the early IT people for a multi national company. With that, he was also an electronic gadget lover and we always had things earlier than most. I think that’s where I got my love of computers and lack of fear interacting with them. My dad died fairly young and that was sad to not have him in my kids lives but I always thought it extra sad he didn’t get to live with the personal technology we have today. I recall him telling me as a little girl (late 1960s) that one day we would carry computers that would fit in our hand. People scoffed but I always believed in my dad 🙂 My advise is to fiddle as much as you can. Its near impossible to really break a computer and the more you play the better you become. Good luck in your challenge. I look forward to seeing you try lots of new ideas here.

    1. Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. Your dad sounds like a great man, he would have loved all the technology we have today that’s for sure. I’m sure he is watching over you proud as ever. Thank you again for your support.

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