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Not that this day is much different from any day.
There are few days that I am not with a client.
But, be that as it may I felt a chuckle is in order to start the day.
Hope this brought a smile to your face.
Make it a great day.
Good morning William. Must admit I had one! But then again, I am an old timer! Enjoy your day!
Good morning, William Feela not only did I have one, but my children loved those....
William Feela - I love it! I had one of these too! It entertained me for hours.
I have to admit, I also thought about etch a scetch too. Weren't those fun times!
Good morning William Feela ,
I have my hand raised. I had one and Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP I loved the etch a sketch too! Played with those for hours!!
William Feela - I'm old school and I'm proud! It's great to be in the same company with you, Dorie Dillard CRS GRI ABR, Wayne Martin and Barbara Todaro too!
Perfect, do they still make these today. Happy hump day.
Haha... That is primitive rather than old school.
Good Morning - and hope you have a terrific Wednesday whether with a client or not!
Thank you too for the morning giggle - I absolutely had that 'original Ipad' ...!!
Yep, I have to admit I did have one too. Never needed to plug it in though!
Good morning William. I remember these very well. If I had one I would use it today.
Good morning William,
I always appreciate a chuckle early in the morning with my coffee. A
That is so old school. I would challenge anyone to see if they can find one of those.
Oh I remember those, William. Loved them as a kid. I wonder if they still exist in some form.
My kids had iPads like that one. . .My first one predated even the one pictured.
Funny William. I never had one of those, my first iPad would have been an etch a sketch.
Yes, we all had them as kids. Spent many an hour drawing on these
Yep, I am guilt as charged. I did know how to use that one but not so much the new version.
Oh WOW! I haven't seen one of those in years and YES, I am guilty as charged - old-school to the core, William! I used to go through those like they were water - loved my first iPad!