Instant Juice

So small tangent before I get into today’s post. I just opened my site in Internet Explorer for the first time. Wow does it look different. Not in a bad way, just in a that’s-not-how-I-want-it-to-look way. I use Chrome. If you use something other than Chrome and notice that the site looks weird please tell me. I have only a very vague idea of what I’m doing and could certainly use some feedback!

Now on to the juice.

Do you ever wish that if you thought about someone or wrote them a legit handwritten note that they would know instantly?

If that was true, my friend Alexis would certainly be better about calling me back.

But seriously. The Internet has done so much to connect us to one another. What happens when you don’t use technology? What if you just want to write an old fashioned letter, but still have the other person get it instantly?

Obviously technology isn’t far enough along to read our minds. And the problem with the Postal Service is you have to wait.

I love mail. I love flowers. I love chocolate. Really, I’m Noah Calhoun’s dream girl, I would have written back to all 365 letters. But in this new age of instant everything, it would be nice to think something and have it happen. Or maybe a little, “Can you beam this across town, Scottie?”

Someday we’ll get there, but SIRI isn’t quite ready for it.

One thought on “Instant Juice

  1. Erin

    I still write extemely long letters to my friend annie they usually are 16-20 pages long (when you write on both sides). Its the thrill and excitement of gettng mail thst i love and thr ling stories we tell


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