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From Rotary Dial To Dial Up from Grannys Journal

Wow! After only two classes, I can play games on the computer. Soon I won't ever have to leave home again. I'm going to learn to bank, order groceries, get health information, and send correspondence via the Internet. It's a whole new way of traveling. No more paved highways for me, only information highways. No more buying gasoline.

All I have to do is pay my electric bill and phone bill. The home shopping channel is lucky I even turn it on anymore. I don't need any new clothes at home. I don't need any make-up, sunscreen, jewelry, pots or pans. I just pop those frozen dinners into the microwave, pay the grandchild to program it for me and I'm on my way to double solitaire.

I remember when each household had one black telephone with a rotary dial. Nothing was push button then. People got their exercise doing their housework and their yard work.

Doesn't that just blow your mind? I remember when each household was happy to have one television set instead of just one radio for entertainment. We all watched "I Love Lucy" on Monday night and no one fought about it. We even walked across the room to change the channel or adjust the volume.

Remote controls are a curse. People sit on the couch and panic if they can't find the main control that controls all the others. It controls the VCR, the DVD player, the stereo sound system, the main TV and the picture in a picture.I work with a very nice lady about my age. Her family does not even own a television set, on purpose.

I think that there is some kind of law against that. I'm not going to turn her in though, because her family reads a lot and they don't seem to know that they are deprived.

.Granny Marge has just published her second humor book, Granny's journal: That Little Old lady Is Back, following closely on the heels of her first book, Have I Ever Told You How Much I Hate People? Written by Two Little Old Ladies With No Friends.

A library director in a small town in the Northwest, Marge has been writing all her life and published her first book at age 61. She has been a newspaper correspondent and writes a column for her local paper, The West End News, called Excerpts from Granny's Journal. Marge has five children, fourteen grandchildren and two children's books ready to publish geared to ages four, five and six.

Marge was born in los Angeles in 1944 and when she grows up she wants to be.

By: Marge Holley


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