Between learning how to shop for various items online like term life insurance online and working online I live my life on this computer. After over 9 years I can't really remember any other way of doing things, although I know I spent 90% of my life without the Internet. Does it seem like that to anyone else? Kids today, even young adults can understandably not remember a life before the Internet, they grew up with it all around them, heck my 8 year old granddaughter has been able to work a computer for years. In fact, I even have a picture of her sitting on my lap as an infant playing with the keyboard of my at that time new computer. It was a big clunky looking desktop thing but it was a marvel in and of itself compared to former computers I'd owned. Now that computer would be a dinosaur incapable of any of the modern methods of surfing or working online. It really makes me wonder what we'll be doing 10 years from now.
A long time artist and writer, I grew up in suburban Chicagoland, then moved to a rural town in Illinois where I worked, raised a family and bred all types of animals from rabbits and chickens to sheep, goats and horses on a small farm. I have been living with and loving my real-life knight in shining armor of 32 years. Recently relocated back to the suburbs of Chicago, and dreaming of moving to sunny Florida.
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