Sending birthday cards through the U.S. mail, reading the print version of the NY Times, going to see movies at the movie theater. And you?
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Using a corded, landline telephone. No texting, no camera, no Internet. Just talking.
Oh, yes—I read physical books, magazines and newspapers, too. Love the heft of a hardcover, the feel of paper.
I’ve read that printed books are making a comeback. Ebook sales are down.
Like Len, reading physical books. I have given e-readers a chance, but I just like the feel of a real book better. Maybe it’s a textural thing–I can get pretty excited about the smoothness or shininess of a paper page.
I never got the hang of ebooks. I occasionally download one when I’m traveling, so I don’t have to lug the extra weight.
Land line phone
Hand written Christmas cards
Clothes line in the spring and summer. (love the way bed linens feel and the scent of sunshine)
5 speed manual cars
reading newspapers (love the sound they make)
Yikes I could go on and clearly a member of the unashamed old school network, ha!
Do you have a car with manual transmission?
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