Texts and blogs!

the problem with blogs and texts. They have no personality and I miss the phone. When you’re on the phone with someone, they notice when you’re pissed off. Because your voice really says so, you speak very quickly and with an angry tone. Say into a phone I am so pissed off at this girl she drives me crazy! You know darn well that I’m mad at someone and they drive me crazy. Now let’s put it in a text- I am so pissed off at this girl and she drives me crazy! How do you really know I’m pissed off? There’s no inflection in my voice it is simply a text. Maybe I’m just annoyed with her it doesn’t necessarily mean I’m pissed off. I can say on the phone I struggle so much with my disease of multiple sclerosis! Now let’s say I’m on the phone and I am crying I think you’ll be pretty sure I’m having a bad multiple sclerosis day. Now let’s put it in the blog- I am struggling so much with my disease of multiple sclerosis! My blog is very often about multiple sclerosis so you don’t really know how bad my day is other than I’m having another day with multiple sclerosis. My friends do still call me on the phone. But we are a dying generation. I think it is much easier to get my point across in a poem than blog or a text. We today live in a world where child can write an English essay and write LOL and this is acceptable. I know the world is changing but there are some things that should not change. Cursive handwriting for example is another. There’s nothing like a personal signature it’s personalized like our fingerprint. And when we take it away we can forge anyone’s signature. I’m not saying I don’t love the modern world. I’m just saying I think we could have invested our time and a lot more humanitarian things than cell phones and computers. That’s just my opinion and like I said I’m a Dying breed, , peace and love Laurelin 

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