It never fails. Every time I am forced to communicate with other people, I say something that I shouldn’t. It’s either hurtful or offensive, or just plain stupid. 246 more words
[gallery type="square" size="full" ids="118,117,116"] This blog post explains so much meaning to our society today. I am in 100% agreement with the author. Once upon a time 2014 Thanksgiving day. My family was getting together. My uncles, cousins, aunts from all branches. We always get together at someone's house on Thanksgiving and have a social gathering so to speak and catch up with life and family. Thanksgiving was one of my favorite holidays because of this social gathering and I like it when everyone has their eyes off the screen for one special day. But two years ago it was like the cellphone apocalypse. During dinner everyone was on their cellular devices except for me. Now I;m not fluffing myself like I'm the best and I'm perfect. But I'm also guilty with technology, but not at my favorite holiday of the year. Like Tammy, she and I haven't seen our friend or family for a long time and want to spend the time as valuable as possible. I think that there should be a holiday where everyone just stops using technology. I also like how she put in the video to show what it actually is. I love how she coincides the video with her writing. It isn't just a complete rant but she adds a little happiness and comedy to it to make a point. We should all learn from Tammy's experience about cellular devices and open up to our loved ones when it really matters. She points out a very important topic that is a major problem in our society today. The separation of loved ones.