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I Heart FaceTime...

Monday, February 10, 2020

Just got done chatting with my son. He called and I accepted the call even though I needed to go out and buy one last birthday present for my darling daughter who will no longer be a child tomorrow...she will be a teenager! I also needed to grade a chemistry lab report before bed. I wanted to take 2000 more steps before midnight, too. He talked about his research, interests outside his job, and wanted me to fill him in on what's new here at his home of origin home front. His birthday is right around the corner as well, on Valentine's Day, so we also talked about his plans for that. I really miss him but I love the ability to see him even though he is two states away. Takes the edge off on the missing! I emoticon FaceTime!

I graded the lab...now for the 2000 steps/20 minute walk! Buying the present will have to wait until tomorrow between commutes.

Keep moving forward! — Kohl
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    That's awesome that you got facetime w/your son. It does take the edge off missing. Did that all the time when my DS was stationed in Alaska.

    HUGS and have a good Tuesday.
    57 days ago
    Great that you can communicate as if you are in the same room. Family time is the best! emoticon
    57 days ago
    57 days ago
    So glad you had a nice talk with your son tonight!
    57 days ago
    I too use Face time to talk to my daughters who live afar. It makes you feel as if they are right with you in the room. I have a daughter who lives in Denmark with my 4 year old granddaughter who I still get to see growing up between visits. At least my other daughter lives just 6 hours away (I am in Southern Ontario Canada)

    Thank goodness for the technology of today.
    Have a great week and keep on your chatting with loved ones.

    Susan emoticon
    57 days ago
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