I am not a tech geek, or am I?

So for the last few months I’ve been doing some work online. Things I’m not super comfortable or familiar with doing, but doing well at them nonetheless, for the most part.

My husband sent a photo to our kids a few weeks ago of me, working on two different computers, a Mac and a Dell, and with my phone. He delightfully shared, mom says she’s not a tech geek, but she is.

Ok, so I’ve learned a few things, not because I wanted to, but necessity is the mother of invention. So now I work online a lot and I’m picking up the lingo. But I still insist I’m not a tech. I’m learning the language, still think they make up words, but adjusting. How did this happen? I use tech, but ask the gurus to make my stuff work. So now, in my real time I’m building a website….um I’m clueless and don’t know what I’m doing, but it looks great.

So now I’m at a crossroads. I know enough to be effective, yet dangerous. Where does one go from there? I’ve always loved words and how they impact so many lives. I love to write but if my words have weight, how do I use them? A true quandary, in the virtual world I should say, asking for a friend.

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