100 Day Project – Day 45

I have no nice photo to add to today’s blog post. I don’t even have a crappy photo to add to today’s blog post. But yesterday I could have taken a really great photo of a really sweet moment between my girls but I didn’t. And you know what? Not taking the photo was hard. Just being there in the moment was physically hard for me. I know that is weird. I know that is wrong. But it doesn’t make it any less true. Phone addiction is real guys! At least mine is.

The last couple days I have also been toying with deleting my Twitter account. I do enjoy some of the interactions on Twitter but for the most part it is a truly awful place with people trying to out wit one another or just on there to bully one another. Since I’m trying to set and example of good phone & social media usage for my daughters maybe I just don’t need another place on the internet to waste my time. Also Trump is truly a horrifying person so why do I need to be one more place to hear people complain about him? I don’t. I really really don’t. So even if I’m just writing into the void here for myself at least it is something.

Also I learned a really important phrase in my Latin lesson today: Ubi bibliotheca proxima est? Where is the nearest library? This will hopefully come in useful if I ever travel back in time to ancient Rome. I miss the library.

  4 Replies to “100 Day Project – Day 45”

  1. Jane
    May 23, 2020 at 10:18 pm

    Your Latin lesson has priorities I can get behind. Know where the nearest library is and you are well on your way, even in ancient Rome, I’m sure. šŸ™‚

    • May 24, 2020 at 7:10 pm

      Exactly! Much better than talking about the drunk and deceitful parrot – which is another sentence I’ve been getting in a lot of lessons. I feel like parrots must have been a hot topic in ancient Rome?

  2. May 26, 2020 at 2:39 pm

    I don’t have Twitter on my phone. Or Facebook. And no regrets about that.

    • June 1, 2020 at 11:37 am

      I kept Twitter (but not on my phone) in case I ever need it but I’ve deleted everything before April of this year. Less noise on the internet.

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