Grandma Tidbits #4

How do you feel about couples that share an email address?
I really hadn't thought about it before. I can't imagine saying anything that both halves of a couple couldn't read. Or that they would share an address if it were an issue.

How open about your life are you in the various online arenas?
I'm fairly open about my life. I talk about my health, my family and my passions. I'm pretty closed about my identity. I reveal that I'm a female senior citizen from the Memphis area, but not much more. Grandma may be a bit senile, but she ain't crazy. Click here for my real name, home address and social security number.  What?  You say that link's not working?

On average, how many hours a week do you spend online? Do you think it's too much?
That's rather like asking how much time I spend eating dairy products. I could estimate the time I spend eating, but I don't break it down into food groups. I spend at least 10 hours a day on the computer and frequently more. I blog, I write tutorials, I play with virtual pets and I chat with friends on a couple of boards. Some of these activities are online, some aren't.  Sometimes I do more than one at the same time.

I think it's a lot of time, but I don't think it's too much. I live with a number of physical restrictions, so much of my time is spent sitting. I'm happiest when I'm sitting at my computer.


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  1. We both had the same answer for #1. I don't see that it is a problem if they share an account. My brother and sister-in-law both have each others passwords.

  2. I had to stop and think for question #1, it's such a non-issue for me that I had a hard time coming up with an answer.

  3. yeah me too, 10 hours more or less (and that's because I am working 8 hours) and spend the 2 hours watching videos or chatting up the Husband.

  4. I have access to all of my husbands accounts because he needs me to set them up. And it's not neccessary for either of us to hide anything.


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