By Heather O.
We use Netflix. The other day, I got on to check our queue, to see what was coming next, and if we wanted to add anything. I noticed a new entry–”Larry Boy and the Rumor Weed.”
I called to my husband, “Hey, when did you order Larry Boy? I thought you said you didn’t know how to use Netflix.”
DH called back, “I didn’t. And I don’t.”
J, who was playing at my feet, piped up and said, “I ordered it, Mom.”
I stared at him. “You did?”
“Yep. I turned on the computer, found the big ‘e’, clicked on ‘connect’, and just clicked on Nick-flix, with an ‘n’, but not Nick Jr., and I saw Larry Boy, so I clicked on his picture. Then I clicked on the X.”
Oh. Of course. How silly of me not to think of that.
My Primary president doesn’t know how to use the internet. She’s has computer phobia, and feels she is doing pretty well that she can send and receive email, complete with attachments. I tried to tell her that really, it is easier than she thinks.
I mean really. Even a 4 year old can do it.
Maybe we should read him more books.
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