Life before iPad

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One of my favorite Christmas presents is something I never aspired to own – an iPad!  Now I don’t know how I lived without one.  I sleep with it and wish I had a chain so I could wear  it around my neck!

jobs Thank you Steve Jobs for the best  product of the new millennium.

Listen all you tekky retards out there – you’ve got to get you an iPad.  My son, William, loaded it with every magazine ever written which I figure will save me about $600 this next year.

I love magazines and now I can sit in bed with my morning coffee and read the newspaper and check out the January issues of Better Homes and Gardens and Southern Living with the flick of my finger.

He also loaded it with Itunes and three years worth of Trailer Park Boys – a Canadian comedy series which has me in stitches.  Need a recipe?  It is voice activated and I only need to utter “Homemade Vegetable Soup” and up pop 100s of recipes.

It also contains every book ever written by James Patterson and all my other fave mystery writers.  Now if it could just cook and clean.

No wonder I haven’t had time to update the Diva.  But I can promise you our content will improve because I have all this information at my finger tips!

5 thoughts on “Life before iPad

  1. THAT’S OK, I HAVE YOUR BACK. I AM TOO TECHNOLOGICALLY CHALLENGED TO TRY ONE, SO I WILL PICK UP YOUR SLACK WITH ARTICLES HA!

  2. I like what I saw on the net about Steve Jobs:

    born out of wedlock
    put up for adoption at birth
    dropped out of college
    then changed the world.
    What’s your excuse ?

  3. Emily,
    what “app” are you using for the recipes? I would love to have one that listens and lets me do the talking! Thanks – I LOVE my ipad also!

  4. My son William installed an app called “All Recipes” – each recipe is rated so of course I don’t use any recipe with less than 5 stars! He also installed a great app called “Stumble upon” which I really love. Good recipes there too.

  5. Hmmm. my excuse? I wasn’t born out of wedlock (at least I don’t think so), I wasn’t put up for adoption at birth, didn’t drop out of college and I’m still trying to change the world!

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