Day Sixteen

Let’s be thankful for our phones and laptops as they are used to keep us in touch with our loved ones when we can’t visit them during these times of uncertainty.

I love that I can call up my sister and grandparents whenever I want to hear their voice. I can Facetime my niece and see her play with her toys. It brings a big joy in my life.

I love having the luxury of being able to message my family and friend all at my fingertips, and being able to get a quick response.

Communication sure has updated throughout my lifetime. I remember helping my Grandma write her Christmas cards out to her family and friends. Later letters got replaced with e-mails. And now text messages is now becoming one of the top choices in communicating with others.

I am grateful for being able to communicate with my family and friends so easily and efficiently.


Today I was at my sister and boyfriend’s house. That was fun. We played cards and we had a sandwich and then for dinner we had ribs, mashed potatoes and corn. It was delicious! 🙂

One Thing – Memory Box

Throughout the years I have kept many memorabilia about important events in my life such report cards from school, a napkin from my grandparent’s 50th anniversary and yearbooks. I also keep cards that people give me like birthday cards, get well cards and Christmas cards.

It got really disorganized over the years so I decided to organize it.

I feel so much better. My Memory Box is in a yellow container in my closet.