You’re addicted to your laptop mom, you’re forbidden to bring your laptop with you during the Christmas holidays. Like hell I will leave my laptop behind. I’ll just stay home. Mom we’ve taken a vote, and your laptop has been voted off the island. Yep, this is a tidbit of a conversation between me and my daughter. I’m a laptop crack addict. I’ll be the first to admit it. I love playing the games. I find it quite relaxing, but it seems a few of my family members have an issue with the amount of time I spend on the computer. My daughter believes I need to be more interactive with the family instead of being on my computer.
Excuse me, Ms. I’ll See You At Noon. I can count on one hand the number of times that my daughter has gotten out of bed before noon when she’s visiting me, but she has an issue with me being on my laptop when she decides to join the family. Sleep is very important to me her, but do I complain. No! Breakfast has been fixed, served, dishes washed, and lunch in the works before she opens one eye. She’s 32, but she still wants my undivided attention when I’m around.
I asked what the plan was for me since I was going to be there for 3 or 4 days. Her response, “We’re going to play games”. WTH! I’m forbidden from playing games by myself, but it’s okay to play games with her. I love being a mother. It’s one of most rewarding roles. From one mother to another, no manner how old they get they still want mom. See what you have to look forward to.