Not to keep bringing this up, but I’m not sure what I’d be doing if it weren’t for this iPhone. Our internet has been down for over a week now. But because we have these new phones, I’ve been able to post the past four or five blogs straight from my phone. The good news is I still have tons of data left.
The one thing I can’t do is watch the Olympics. This is the one time in my life where I wouldn’t mind having a TV. We have a TV, it just isn’t hooked up to any channels. It’s basically only good for watching movies or anything you can do while hooked up to the computer. And actually, right now, it’s stored away in my bedroom closet because sometime earlier in the summer, not to be mean or anything, but I got tired of looking at it.
I am missing watching Michael Phelps swim. I did see from my phone that he won another gold medal this year in a relay and that made me super happy. If you want to see the most amazing Olympic moment of my personal memories Google “2008 Michael Phelps and Jason Lezak relay”. Watch the entire eight minutes and I promise you won’t be sorry.
In the meantime though, I’m happy to watch my family swim in the camp lake. We’re just kinda taking it slow this next week or so. While everyone else played water polo I hung out with Aunt Flo on the beach and took pictures of the sand and stretched and leaped around pretending to be a gymnast. It seems like I do this about every four years or so.
My son just asked me if I’d play Legos with him downstairs. You’d have to be crazy to turn down a request like that. My husband also just made a fresh pot of coffee because we both thought it sounded good. It’s also our wedding anniversary. All that to say, my family means the world to me, and time spent with them is my most favorite of all, so that means it’s time to put away the phone for awhile.