The 21st Century

It remains ridiculously cold here and winter duldrums are setting in. Most paths are ice covered and the gardens are frozen wastelands. Anything green and living is a welcome sight.
Cold winters are not new to New England, but this one seems particularly cold and grim.
So I decided this would be a good time of year to break down and finally get a cell phone/mobile. Lots of down time to figure it all out and to practice.
So this is my first blog from my phone. It is not impossible but this keyboard is SMALL!
Fergus wonders what I am doing. He has a point.😊

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About patti

I am a retired kindergarten teacher, tending a new kind of garden now, raising chickens and exploring permaculture. I live with my husband, Bill, my beloved dog, Fergus and my cat, Mighty Merlin. We have a small cottage and a tiny bit of land called Brookwood Shire. It is our sanctuary.
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5 Responses to The 21st Century

  1. hobacaitbe says:

    HUMMPH!! Show-off.
    OK, nicely done. Did you take the picture and post it from the phone also??
    Ed

    • pattigail says:

      Yes…but you have to remember that I have posted lots of blogs from my iPad and it is the same on the phone, just smaller. So I had a head start. My fingers may also be the size of your thumbs.πŸ˜‰

      • hobacaitbe says:

        Did you need to play with the picture size any??
        I’ve had an issue with the picture being too big and then it loads very slowly. Dinosaurs have trouble with technology.

      • pattigail says:

        No, no problems. Are you posting with the wordpress app? It should be able to find any pictures you have taken with the camera or that you have downloaded and they should be ok. At least it is for me. If you don’t have the app you can get it in the app store. It is free to download. It is easier on the phone than trying to do it from the regular site.

      • hobacaitbe says:

        I do have the app. I just need to use the phone more. I find it easier to use the computer. I will learn this. Maybe. The salesgirl at the Verizon store loaded the app on, I had her only put in my Hike blog because that is the one I wanted the phone for.
        Ed

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