Captain’s Log 5,194
Today is a big day. For some reason, the guy who set up my sister’s iPhone decided to use my ID, and now I can see everything she does because we are sharing an account. It’s called “sharing” or “ghosting.” It was never supposed to happen, and it’s annoying for both of us. This problem is going to be fixed today!
Last time I let a techie work with my phone, he lost about 300 contacts from my address book. Can you guess who was not happy? Oh, come on! Guess! I have my entire personal AND business life in my phone, so whatever they do today has to be done correctly. I’m very tech savvy but not when it comes to something like unghosting a phone.
Are the Olympics over yet? I’m kind of done with them. I did like to watch the two women runners who collided help each other finish the race. And, because they tripped, they get to move on to the next round. Not sure if that is good or not. One of them looked like she really hurt herself.
I also liked the lady who pulled out of the equestrian events because she thought her horse was feeling sick. Good for her. Humane treatment of animals. What a concept.
I guess I am attracted to people who do the right thing even if it means they will lose. We have all heard the story about the guy who keeled over during the bar exam. Nobody helped him. To leave their seats would have disqualified them, so he laid on the floor unattended.
There is something so inherently noble about doing the right thing. I wonder why people are so afraid of doing that. I am not saying that we all need to go out there and be heroic. But we do need to go out there and be moral.