I like what you said about TV. By not having access to a bazillion channels (which is not even an option out here if we did want it) allows for us to be more intentional about what we are watching.

Honestly, if it were up to me we wouldn’t have internet either. That would put us in a position to be even more so intentional with our time by having to utilize the library or coffee shop for internet access and borrowing movies from the library when we want to watch TV but I live in a household with my family and they react as if I’m off my meds each time I suggest it. Unfortunately the digital generation out number us older folks.

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