I absolutely agree with you, I don’t know how many of my friends have told me they are addicted to FB or Twitter etc. It’s sooo easy to lose yourself in the big world beyond that the internet provides at the touch of a finger. I myself sometimes find on a day off I have been looking at videos or reading content for hours and the time slipped away. I can also do that with a good book but it’s just not the same somehow. My cell phone died about two months ago and I have not replaced it and the funny thing is my clients and friends are way more upset about it than I am. I still go online with my pc, matter of fact I rarely went online with my phone so the only thing I miss is texting people. There are times texting can be so much easier and less of an effort than having to chat up someone with the pleasantries and a cheerful demeanor. I know I’m rambling a bit here just mulling it over out loud I suppose. As usual your story made me think…and I’m pretty sure that’s what a good story is supposed to do. I know I say it a lot my friend but I do love the way you write-even when you’re a little grumpy. Please don’t ever stop writing, I’m sure I’m not the only one your voice speaks to.