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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

A-Z 2014 Challenge. M is for Mesa!

Mesa = Table

 Electronic Conversations with Laptops
 Loreto, Baja Sur, Mexico March 2014


Fine Dining with the Olsons!
Loreto, Baja Sur, Mexico, March 2014 

We are all guilty of this new
practice- electronic conversations
while sitting together! Fortunately 
we do know when to put them away!
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8 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

As long as you know when to put them away. An entire family sitting there texting is a sad sight.

Lucky Lady said...

oh I did find your blog sometimes I push wrong buttons lol

Stephen Hayes said...

I wish everyone knew how to put them away. I'm worried about the future of conversation.

Robin said...

When we start IMing the people who live in the same house... that is BAD.

Sandee said...

Our granddaughters are awesome. They put them away when it's time for dinner. They leave them off until we've had dinner and then enjoyed our conversations well after dinner. We appreciate that very much.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

messymimi said...

Sitting at a table with family or friends is a good time!

laineyrain said...

Hi, visiting from the A to Z challenge, glad to have found your blog. Good post, it's all about balance isn't it? I love connecting with people across the globe but the laptop goes away when family is home ;)

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Damaria Senne said...

It struck me there is a niece I communicate with more while she's home than when she's visiting me, because when she's here physically, she spends way too much time texting and not enough time talking to me. It makes for a very strange relationship, as sometimes I wonder if I should wish she'd go home so we can have the ease of communicating we have or be because she's not good with inperson communication