Day 80 – March 21, 2013:
Today was a good day. I tested three people for HIV and all were negative and I spent quality time with my mom and daughter. I am so proud of my daughter, Senia, she is so smart and enthusiastic about learning. Her school had a science fair today and her group created an experiment to find out if carrots, potatoes, or lettuce will produce the most methane gas when rotten. The potatoes have it! It was very impressive! Senia also reminded me that my cell phone can take pictures (since my iPod camera is dead :() What a smart girl!
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When I read the tweets and Facebook posts regarding the death of Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, I had no idea who he was or why he was so important. I had been asked by a few people if I had heard about his death that day and my response was, “Yes, but I had no idea who he was!”. In return I got laughter and one person even reminded me that he’s responsible for my iPod, which I had just purchased earlier this year and it’s probably the most up to date piece of technology that I own.
I am not the type of person that has to have the latest piece of new technology, so I am very far removed from knowing much about it or anyone affiliated with it. Anyway, I know who he is and what he was responsible for in his life, and I want to say, THANKS 🙂