For those of you who know me,
you know I love technology.
I give iPad lessons to my knitting buddies in Arizona.
If I have a problem, I FaceTime Christa, then we both go on our Mac' s,
have our IPad's, IPods, or IPhones at hand to solve it and help each other out.
If I am really stuck I call in my big gun,
my son, Jeremy.
He set up his school's Digital Immersion Program.
Yesterday, Claire said to me, "Good bye Oma,
I will text you right away."
This is what she sent..not bad for a little girl who is 3 years 9 months old.
I send her cards in the mail as well.
My little one has learned to embrace
all this wonderful technology and I am glad I know how to keep up.
We use a program call Emoji, which makes these little characters.
(Emoji (絵文字 or えもじ; Japanese pronunciation: ideograms or smileys used in Japanese electronic messages and webpages, the use of which is spreading outside Japan. Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji literally means "picture" (e) + "character" (moji).)) are the