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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - No Cells

Joining Wordless Wednesday and A Beautiful Mess - No Cell Wall decor from Wall Words

Wonder why I might want this on my wall?  Technology!?!?!?!

16 Joining in with more words:

Beth.. One Blessed Nana said...

i just had a good laugh at those pics! it is seriously what we all look like - always attached to our phones.

great post!

colleen said...

Everyone is crazed!

alicia said...

Too funny. How did we ever survive without them? Drop by and link up.

Jodi said...

I think many of us will be laughing at ourselves, relating as we look at these pics! I definitely see myself in there! :)

Happy WW! Stop by and say hello when you get a chance!

Mummy said...

My Gran use to call Mobile phones Tic Tac Toe Machines, because everyone was always tic tac-ing on them sending texts!

Great photos, made me laugh.

Theresa said...

That is too funny!

Mariposa said...

Gosh...I can sooo relate!

Mariposa's WW

Sandra Collins said...

seeing these photos makes me wonder if we've all gone crazy with this cell phone thing

Sonja said...

oh yeah... this is the scene around here too... sometimes it's so annoying, but I'M ONE OF THEM!:(

Jenn said...

I am so guilty of using too much technology.

Ms. Latina said...

Oh my goodness that is EXACTLY how I feel when I'm with family! Its just too much at the dining table and frustrating when you are speaking to someone and they are clicking away.

They are banned in my apt. after a certain time. I had to lay down the law for my sanity LOL

JillAileenJones said...

Hey friend! How are you? How did the Dr appointment go? You have been on my mind all day and I wanted to let you know that and that I have been praying for you.
Hope you are doing well.
Love ya
PS This was too funny-I wonder how I ever got through life till the age of 38 without a cell phone-lol
my poor kids are about the only ones we know without them-I refuse till they can drive.

Trisha said...

This is too funny, Janette! I'm so thankful my older boys have no need of a cell phone, yet. And, if I didn't live so far from town, I would be tempted to ditch mine, too. A family member was sharing that she could rarely have an uninterrupted conversation with a relative because there was always a phone call or texting going on. I once watched a relative hold one of our babies, eat dinner at the restaurant with us, AND text at the same time.

Debi said...

Funny .. very funny. :) We did institute 'unplugged' dinners. No phones in your lap waiting for that important call = peace. It's a new toy and we're all learning how live with it.

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Great photos! Technology is so great in that it's made connecting with others such a convenience, but it can be such a pain too!
Thanks for stopping by and linking up. Have a great day!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

PS Following you via Google Friend Connect!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud

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