It is a spring afternoon and here we are; four seniors sitting in a living room communicating with each other via their Apple devices. We have seen people sat around tables in restaurants using their electronic devices to communicate with others located elsewhere. We scoff because people do not actually talk to each other anymore. For us, technology use is a bit different however.
In this picture, my husband, Rick, is on Skype with our friend, Carlo, who is seated across the room. I take the picture of the group to email to our friend, Hiltrud, who smiles and waits for the picture.
People often refer to a senior's moment being the temporary lapse in memory which we all experience as we get older. I like our interpretation better. This one is much more fun.