I hate waiting.
I hate having 'nothing' to do. Even when I'm supposed to be relaxing, I want to be involved in doing something.
|A scene from Angry Birds Rio,|
which has LOTS of added levels
and bonus challenges to complete
And since I almost always have my phone with me, I realized that I don't have to let short waiting periods bother me any more. Not only can I play a mindless game to pass the time, but I can read scriptures, make notes and to do lists for the future, or look through photos in my gallery.
It's like a life-changing situation brought about by technology ... and I'm very grateful for it!
Song Of The Day:
Even better than regular a capella music, is a capella music that finds popularity on mainstream radio. "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel was one of my first introductions into a capella music and it's success as a single led to much radio play when I was an easy-to-influence youth. That song is another example of technology having a profound affect on my life forever after. Without the radio and pop music, I doubt if I'd ever have found such love for a capella music.