Sometimes I feel like a moron. (Is it still okay to say moron? Am I offending some people group that I totally do not intend to offend?)
When you're in your teen and twenties, you know what's going on in the worlds of sports (well, maybe), entertainment, news (maybe), technology and life in general. By the time 30 strikes, you get so busy being a grown up - or acting like one because you don't really feel like one - that you don't have time to keep up with all the new developments springing up everywhere.
When I was in my 20's, I was sure that I was always going to be cool and up-to-date. I have no clue what happened, but I lost it somehow.
Despite my vast storehouse of knowledge I feel like I don't understand anything anymore and have no clue how anything works, or even what it is for. Last year my kids had to explain to me the differences between tablets, smart phones, ereaders and iPods. Which is wireless, what's 3G, you know, all that mess.
I feel like I'm gaining some ground and all of this formerly unexplored and unknown territory is becoming somewhat familiar.
But can someone please explain to me how to get a Facebook badge on my blog and how I can design my own button to share with the blogging world? Remember, you're talking to someone who only learned what html was a few months ago.
(By the way, when I was looking for a picture to illustrate a confused woman for this post, most of the pictures I discovered had blond women in them. I resent that.)
Blogging A to Z Challenge, the letter is U