How the world has changed since the days when I was growing up. This grandmother has seen a lot of changes over the years. We had no Computers, no Cell Phones, no iPods, and no GPS in our cars. This is just a tiny list of things that had not been invented.
However, this grandmother is trying to learn how to use a few of these electronic miracles. But don’t ask me how I am doing.
My family is trying to help bring me into the 21st century, but I am loving it and hating it all at the same time.
When they try to explain to me how to do something on these miracles, I have to write it down because I want remember it long enough to do it the next time. But the worst part of this is; I probably can’t find my notes when needed.
I know that the problem is not with me, but it is with the computers. What do you think?
However, as I am learning how to us my computer, I also want it to help me learn more patience, even though I don’t want to. But I know that practicing patience helps my patience to get stronger.
I want to lower my flash-point for losing my patience and if learning the computer doesn’t help me to do this, nothing will.
Gaining patience carries a lot of wait and it is something you can have one minute and not have it the next minute. It’s a lot like money.
Does anyone know of a book named: How Grandmothers can learn computers in five words or less?
“But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience” (Romans 8:25 RSV).