Good Evening, God!
I’m back from Tucson and my suitcase is unpacked . . . the laundry is done . . . and Friday I went to the gym AND to the Kahala Apple Store for my FIRST One on One lesson. And I went again this afternoon
I’m happy to have the time and energy to start on learning, again. I’m happy to be Exercising my brain . . . and at the gym, exercising my body. Use it or lose it sounds a lot different to me now than it did 30 years ago.
Anyway, after my trip to the Apple Store, it seemed only right that I got a text from our grandson Mark on Saturday with his blog in which I am mentioned. (Click here to see Mark’s blog.) I would say I star . . . except I am sort of a hapless heroine . . . the one Mark is trying to teach FaceTime to.
I wish Mark were here — for more lessons and because he makes everything more fun! But, thank goodness, the Apple People are standing by to play grandchild to me.
Thank you, Apple!
Thank you, Mark!
And thank You, God, for people willing and wanting to help!
I really got a lot out of my One on One lessons for the first tear that ii had IPad…but have never mastered FaceTime!