Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Tuesday, November 3, 2009

It felt great to be away from the computer for several days. During those days I had no idea what was happening ‘out there’, but it didn’t feel like I was missing anything. I was so happy in the company of my family that I didn’t really care. Away from the unrelenting cacophony of the online world—the tumult of status updates and live feeds and the overwhelming pull of endless messages, blogs and websites that grab and keep our attention away from everything else--I learned the meaning of “ignorance is bliss”.


witsandnuts said...

It's really good to take an "online leave" occasionally. =)

Anonymous said...

Time out is usually time well spent

jacqueline said...

nothing beats the real world. :) especially if that world is shared with people that really matter. :)

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