Weaving, living a life of a weaver, and other unravelling thoughts
by the Goddess of Procrastination and Expert Forgetter
My mother is 85 and emails me every day. That's how I stay in touch with her. We call too, but this is easy. With the time difference, etc it's so good! She lives in Saskatchewan and I'm in Tennessee!I think you're going to like that connection. Carol
Funny that no matter what your age your still your parent's baby.
Carol, I'm just hoping they'll like it as much as I do, since I've been offering to buy them a laptop and teach them how to use it for... oh... 12 years? Deep End, no, I'm always their "troubled, enigma daughter"..,
Mom doens't go on the web like she did about 6 years ago, but she took a class about then in adult education. She learnt that if it messed up, you just turn it off and reboot it so she's not scared of it. It's so wonderful to be able to know each day that she's ok even if I don't talk to her. I think you'll find that connection when you live far away is just so important.Carol
Yes, Carol, and without Dad hanging over her saying, "you've been on the phone for N minutes now!" Though for a while I take it Dad will hog the machine. That's OK, it gives Mom to play on the loom.
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