unplugged












Before we left for a family reunion in Idaho this weekend, we both had a strange moment when we actually contemplated bringing our laptops. We would have no internet connection up in the mountains, and probably no time to work on any projects that required computers. But, still. We almost took them—just in case.

Fortunately, our lapse in judgment didn't last long enough for us to actually pack them—the laptops stayed home. And can I just say how nice it was to ditch all things electronic (the internet, cell phone service, tv, etc.) and just BE?

The one gadget I did allow myself was a camera. We replaced our broken one and the new one took some pretty sweet pictures of the fam this weekend. I don't know how to load said pictures onto my computer yet, so I haven't posted any. I'm just going to prolong this semi-unplugged weekend a little longer and worry about pictures tomorrow.

PS: Yes, I realize how silly I am. I'm on the computer right now, writing about how great it was to be off the computer. Looks like I could only handle the joy for 3 whole days.

5 comments:

home at 1194 said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed justing being. We love and miss you guys!

faith said...

good for you two! i bet it was a very enjoyable weekend. i think we're all probably a little (okay, a lot) too dependent on technology these days.

A. said...

(The home at 1194 comment was actually my own. I was logged into my family's blog when I commented. We super love you!)

Anna and Stephen said...

I'm glad you went to the fam reunion, and I can't wait to see the pictures! Hope all is well!

Bryson and Tara said...

That sounds lovely! I love those unplugged moments as well... Hope you're happy and well!