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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Using a Computer

Found this on line and wanted to share. Sounds like my mother.  

C’mon Ma you have got to try it” I pleaded to my elderly Mother. I don’t know how my Mother lasted this long without ever using the internet, but enough was enough! I thought. “Ok” she said reluctantly settling down by the computer and slowly putting on her reading glasses “what do I do now?” “Now I’m going to open the home page of google”, I explained. “OK here it is! Now type in ANY question you want into the bar over here and you will find an answer to your question.” I confidently assured her. My Mother looked at me warily, thought for a second, and slowly began to type,

"How is Gertrude doing this morning?"

When I bought my mother a computer and set up her account and password she promptly wrote the log in and password down and put it on the refridgerator, the face of he computer, the office door and in her purse (I'm still not sure why she did that).

When she told her friends all about her computer he felt compelled to share her log on and password information with them to show them how easy it was to use.  I think however that she only used the computer for card games.

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