Yes, I am floating on a cloud, nothing can happen, I now have it all organsed. Thanks to my enthusiasm, spurred on by yesterday’s prompt, I now have now united my notes on my iPhone, with my iPad and even my Apple computer. For a final touch, to crown it all, my notes are now also talking to the Mr. Swiss various “i” instruments of power.
Yes, if I write a shopping list in my notes on one of my gadgets, makes no difference which one, it joins with Mr. Swiss instruments of online power. We are cool, calm and both floating on the same cloud. I knew I could do it and whilst Mr. Swiss was busy this morning doing things like shopping and having his new iPhone connected to our car, I was cleaning windows. After the widow cleaning, wich I completed perfectly, all of them, I returned to my digital occupational therapy on my Notes list on my iPhone.
The answer was so easy and simple and it ws there before my eyes. Instead of writing my list in normal notes, I should write in in the Cloud Notes. It then automatically arrives on my other “i” instruments, but what about Mr. Swiss? And then I saw the little icon about inviting people. “People”? No, I only wanted Mr. Swiss to join me. My relations in England were too far away to share my shopping list, and my doctor(s) and dentist would not be interested, but Mr. Swiss was ready and willing. I sent him an invitation, but to no avail as he was not at home.
When he returned I immediately broke the good news, although it seems he would have preferred a calmer Mrs. Angloswiss as he was moving shopping to the fridge and cupboard and had no time to concentrate. Eventually I managed to capture his attention, by thrusting my iPhone in front of his nose, and he could no longer resist. He accepted my invitation to join on the cloud and there were were floating in the cyber sky together.
This is ideal, no more unwanted excitement by sending various lists via the telephone messenger. What I write he sees, and what he writes on the same list I see. It even goes further. If I change something it is automatically changed on his list and vice versa. Oh the wonders of the modern digital cyber world. Two golden oldies floating on a cloud of communal shopping lists. We even did a few test runs to see if it really works. Now we have calmed down, because we are unified, floating in an “i” world together.
I wonder how my mum and dad mnaged without a mobile smartphone, I think they used the old fashioned method of conversation or even handwritten lists. Why waste words when you can talk on a cloud. Life is now much calmer and settled. Yes this Christma will be a cyber Christmas on a cloud somewhere. What could possibly go wrong.
It’s only a bit of mist and that will also disappear eventually – I hope.