Birds of a Feather

I am constantly amazed by technology. If it’s the fact I can email some pictures of us on holiday and my Mum can whack out her Ipad on the kitchen bench and show the girls all within a few minutes, or answering my phone through my car, I think it’s amazing what we have available to us now. As a kid I dreamt of having TV screens in the car for those long car trips and now they exist! Excuse me for a moment while I have a senior citizens “in my day” moment…

Without a doubt my favourite thing is my iphone. Access to my email, internet, being able to take great photos, share, connect, speak – it’s got it all. My favourite thing is to send little snaps to my sister or girlfriends – whether it’s the girls looking cute or something new I have purchased (or thinking of purchasing) I love the to-ing and fro-ing – it makes this town seem a little closer to Sydney, and them.

Sunday night I was having myself a “how good is this” moment which I just had to share. I was having a glass of very good Pinot which was left over from my sisters wedding whilst sitting in front of the fire, watching TV. Life was good. I sent through a snap to her and what do you know came through a few seconds later?

Snap! 

Having a left over white from her wedding, in front of the heater and TV. It’s still cracking me up all these days later…

Comments

  1. LOVE IT!

  2. AAAh, blogger ate my comment. Was just saying how much I love my new iphone and spamming my friends with instagram pics and ping chat messages! I love all my running apps and shopping list apps. How did I survive before it?

  3. Guess I’m gonna have to break down and get an iphone soon. Am I going to have a real breakdown or something when I try to adjust to going from my non-picture taking, no frills little Nokia to the BIG daddy iphone?

    Talk about a senior moment, I’ve got yours and I’ll raise you 20! Thanks for making me smile (even though I’m still virtually on vacation and would appreciate more pix – c’mon, you know you’ve got ‘em)!

  4. i live in tasmania, on the nw coast (top) my one & only sister lives in hobart (bottom) & yes phones have , made every day seem a little closer to each other & our fast growing families! sometimes the drive is waayyy to far with little kids, but a few pics of a fun day, or a great shopping trip make us both feel more included in each others lives :)

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