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    Wednesday, March 12, 2008

    Absence makes the heart grow...something

    I actually met someone that does NOT have internet service. Nothing. Not at home. Not at work, nothing. I didn't think they made those kind of people any more.

    I started thinking about what I would do without internet access.

    • I would have more time to clean my house
    • I would read more books
    • I would do more laundry
    • I would probably spend more money being out and about all day
    But then I got thinking about what NOT having internet access would really mean.

    • I wouldn't be able to keep up with family and friends on blogs
    • I wouldn't be able to look up on Wikipedia words I don't know
    • I wouldn't feel like I knew anything fun to do in my new town
    • I would certainly feel isolated
    • I wouldn't be able to research and shop for the best deal on products I love (That's an entirely different post)
    • But most importantly, I wouldn't feel like I had an outlet each day for all the crazy thoughts that go through my head
    But all this being said, I think I'm taking a blog break. I have FAMILY coming this weekend, and in preparation for that, I'm taking some time off. I'll be back on Tuesday, hopefully with all sorts of fun stories and pictures, and maybe even video. So I'll see you then.

    5 Response(s):

    Meg said...

    I don't have internet. I still have rabbit ears.

    Jessica said...

    I'm Jessica. So are you in Lacey's ward? I love Nate and Lacey. We have known them since we moved out here. You have a fun blog! I am glad you found me. We need to find a way to get in touch. Email or something. It is hard to move away from all you know. Trust me I hear ya there! It is always nice to make new friends.

    Laura said...

    Enjoy your sebatical or siesta or whatever. I will miss you.

    amy k said...

    Keli, we miss you! Come back soon.

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