It’s been a very lovely weekend, for someone who just got a year older! 🙂 This birthday (on Monday, March 25) was much better than my last one. I enjoyed a short trip away with my family, a meal at Olive Garden, a bouquet of flowers and several cards and gifts from family and friends. Oh, I can’t forget the 100+ birthday wishes I received on Facebook! That really made my day, especially the wishes from our missionaries around the world! Thank you for thinking of me and taking the time to write me! It means a lot. A whole lot.

Last night, I snapped a few photos of my little boy playing on Terry’s laptop. He looked so cute and “modern”. Our children will be the technology age, that’s for sure. We as parents must teach them to use these advances in right ways.

He enjoyed looking at lions and elephants online. 🙂 
Thanks for reading! 


4 thoughts on “Modern Day Guy

  1. Kristy... says:

    He is a total DOLL .. and so grown up already.
    I was just telling my husband that they are trying to nix school books in the schools and have all of the children doing all of their work on tablets. And, I don't know about there but here, they have already taken cursive writing out of the schools because, no need for it in a digital age. Crazy.


  2. Thank you, Kristy! They do grow up fast! So far, we still use school books and teach writing down here, but in a few years that could change, I guess. It *is* crazy!


  3. Anonymous says:

    He is a cutie pie, and I say that with absolutely no prejudice!


  4. Ava Kinsey says:

    What a big boy! He is so cute!

    I agree it's crazy to take cursive writing out just because we're in the digital age. So now people will print their names on important documents instead of writing in cursive?

    As much as I like technology, when studying, there's nothing like being able to physically turn pages in a book to find what you are looking for. Also, on a tablet, you can only look at one book at a time.


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