If your technology went down for a whole day, what would you do instead?
Say technology everywhere went down for a day. What would you do if you couldn't use it for a day?
I'd read, and I could read by candle light if I really needed or wanted to.
I continue my knowing and walking with GOD moment by moment in my daily life as I am doing now and forevermore.
draw or sketch..........................................................
I'd go on a walk in the woods or on the beach, to remind myself how amazing nature is and how technology pales in comparison.
I will feel like we have got finally a moment in life to take a break for our body, mind and soul. Above all for the family peace if I was not earning more than enough from it.
Well this actually happened to me last week when my laptop died and it was not good! After a few hours the house was much cleaner and tidier than it had been for weeks and I had been for a swim but then later I decided enough was enough and I had to go and buy a new laptop!
Sit stunned for a few minutes with wringing of the hands and a low wail. Then, dust off the pens and paper, head to the local cafe and get to doing things the old fashion way.
I'd write different stories... in script form...I like imagining things and make it a stories of different kind...horror,comedy, action thriller, drama..etc... or go malling...
I'd deff. read more books.
I've really been on Facebook, alot.
So, I would catch up on all my reading.
Read, and Read some more, then be thankful for the momentary peace & quite that such an event would offer.
I would probably start reading the book I bought a month ago, since I "haven't had time yet to read it"
read book if i have a interesting book s or I just play play golf
I'd spend time with my family or read. There was a hurricane around here about 7 years ago and the power was off for over a week. Because we were not hooked up to city water (We lived in a small community) We even had to get water out of our well manually "good thing we didn't have a drilled well in that house" I mostly read the whole time. I wonder if I would have a day off of work though. Or probably Just end up with paperwork and filing
One of several choices........read, take pen in hand, tend my garden, cook out, go for a ride, cut the grass, make soap..........sleep~~
You mean....other than my Wife finding me in fetal position, sucking my thumb and murmuring incoherently?
O wait! I have my Smartphone - I can has Games!
See? Having been a Boy Scout - your number 1 Rule? BE PREPARED! ha ha ha
Seriously tho - Nature Hiking with the Family. The Wife and i talked about that last night - matter of fact. Now that the weather is warming up and the trees are in bloom - Time to go see what Bambi and the other wildlife have been up to.
....no need for Min Specs .......well, mebe for the compass (big smile)
My other jobs would be like sketching some pictures of any kind, seeking out for friends and hanging out with them, talking with guys around, sleeping in noon, during evening if my music player is still working if that doesn't go out, I would listen to my favorite songs, Paying out these days isn't possible as many friends are out working and mostly none would be available to play any outdoor games.
Hope all stays for good but who knows without just power these days are experienced often, right!
We actually do that every week. Every Saturday we turn off the cell phones, unplug the TV (children are too easily tempted) we spend the day playing games, talking, reading, etc.
You should try it, you find out that your children have all kinds of interesting things to say when they're not being brainwashed by the TV monster.
I'd read, definately read. Then go outside for a bit and look at the sky, and mourn how I can't google what those white fluffy things up there are
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