There are some things in life that although they are not really necessities, you become so dependent upon them that you literally have a difficult time functioning without them.

I am a lover of all things technological. Computers and phones and gadgets are such wonderful tools that when used properly and not abused, can enrich lives and bring people closer together.

I have a very deep and abiding love for certain gadgets – my cell phone is one of them. I rarely use it, but just know it’s there if I want to use it — it gives me such a sense of security. Weird, isn’t it?

In fact, I’ve had one for so long now that I don’t even remember what life was like before I one with me 24/7. I mean, how did I ever manage those late night trips to the Mart that Mister Sam built? For that matter, how did I manage to feel confident about doing anything any distance from my home in my old beat up ’96 minivan?

Yes, I’m totally waxing nostalgic tonight. I’m feeling a tad bit blue because I can’t find my cell phone. Anywhere. It’s el-gone-o. No where to be found-o. So in honor of my lost cell phone, I shall now write a poem:

O Cell Phone, Cell Phone! wherefore art thou Cell Phone?
Deny thy hiding place and reveal thyself to thee,
Or, if thou wilt not, be but found my love,
I shall no longer be phoning my friends.
And I might have to drink some poison to get over it.
Okay, that last line was a joke.
Sort of.
Sigh.

The end.

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4 Comments on An ode to technology

  1. Jeni
    February 6, 2009 at 8:59 pm (8 years ago)

    I was thinking about my cell phone last week, when Hubs & I were separated in Wal-Mart – we basically played Marco Polo over the phone until we found each other. How did we EVER find anyone in a huge store like that before cell phones??

  2. Mrs Lemon
    February 6, 2009 at 9:26 pm (8 years ago)

    I’ve had one constantly for almost 10 years now, and how in sam hill did you manage to lose it?

  3. Megan@SortaCrunchy
    February 7, 2009 at 7:18 am (8 years ago)

    Thanks for the early morning giggle, Karen! I lose my cell phone about once a week, but it somehow always comes home, wagging its tail behind it . . .

  4. Best Life
    February 9, 2009 at 8:46 am (8 years ago)

    Oh no! But I must say, you must be a lot younger than me because I have no trouble remembering a time without cell phones. But I too love all things gadget. I hope you find it! Lisa~

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