Become a Fan
What's a Caveman to think? Could you imagine opening your eyes, searching for your morning news on the wall of your cave and instead finding a strange black case on the rock beside your palette. Even Fred Flintstone would be befuddled.
As I was tidying up my desk last week I saw the writing on the wall....literally saw the writing penned by my three year old granddaughter. Smiling as I scrubbed her beautiful scribbles away, I flashed back to the days when humans recorded their happenings by etching symbols on the walls of their caves with hand made tools. Hieroglyphics, reveal to this day, biographies of societies we can wonder about, because they did. Indians used the juices squeezed from berries,and other colorful plants to 'paint' their stories on the canvas of their teepees. When ancient Egyptians discovered dried Papyrus leaves could be made into a fabric, paper became the new kid on the block. And so it went until electronics and Hi-tech. Now we can pick up a little rectangular shaped flat box with a screen and while manipulating it all with one hand, we can order a book, a game, a magazine and a newspaper with out a phone, or computer. In fact we don't even have to get up from our palette to do it.
I even downloaded my book Olivia's Magic Conch/ A Mystical, Modern day Fable on this fantastic invention so that you could enjoy the story luxuriously as well. Thank you Amazon!