…but maybe it’s a good thing. My oldest Michaela (11) told me this morning that my priorities in life in order are
- my car (I bought a new car about a year ago and I won’t let my three girls eat in it)
- my iPod
- my family
She didn’t list God which was concerning.
My #1 iPod use is listening to unabridged books on CD I get from the library (mostly historical biographies) and import into iTunes (and then delete when I’m done) and listening to The Bible Experience. I also enjoy finding lectures and sermons to download and listen to. I probably listen to it at least an hour a day.
The frustrating thing is that I know within about a 10 minute period when it was lost and I was probably outside when it happened. But after much searching through my yard and house I cannot find it.
If it weren’t fairly new or a better Nano were available, I wouldn’t feel as bad about buying a new one. But Circuit City has the 8 GB Nano for $187 and I need to price them at Costco too so if Beth and I don’t find it today I’ll probably get a new one. It just enables me to accomplish so much more reading in my life.
I do think I need to take more of my iPod listening time and pray so I did this AM.
I post about all this because it’s interesting to me how much this one piece of technology has interfaced into my daily life.