I don't keep it in my hands at all times. I don't look at it when I am driving and certainly not when I am shopping.
Today when you see a teenager, most of the time you see a cell phone in their hands.
Aryn yesterday, as she was leaving for school. No backpack, just her cell phone in her hand. She is a Jr. in high school. Now, her sister is in the 7th grade. She will probably trade that back pack for her cell phone soon.
Our county dept. of education has a new rule this year.....students cannot have a cell phone in class. If they do, they will be penalized and their phone taken up. Sounds strong, but the cell phone has become a MAJOR problem.
Volleyball begins with a play day tomorrow and I plan to go watch Aryn. Jim can't make it because of having to climb steps to get into the gym, but he can maybe go later when they play at their home school.
Jesse said 1st grade was "awesome". Elizabeth and Caroline loved their new teachers and Rayven was glad to be back to see all her friends. Successful first day all around.
God, please keep these young people safe and be able to enjoy learning.