Life without a computer

"Dry Curry" USA. Texas. Cedar Park. 2016.
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/5.6, 1/90 sec, ISO6400
“Dry Curry” USA. Texas. Cedar Park. 2016.

こんばんは!How are you? I’m well, but not 100%. My body is a little sore. Maybe because I threw the baseball with Koa for two days in a row, or maybe I slept in a strange position last night. I’m not sure, but I hope to feel better tomorrow. 😄

Today’s photo is of a “Dry curry” that Mariko made us for dinner. It was delicious of course! There are so many different kinds of curry, and I cannot choose my favorite. When I was growing up, we used to have “curry hamburger” which was simply ground beef, curry powder, and frozen veggies cooked on the stove-top, then eaten over rice. It was yummy! These days, we have Japanese curry every couple of months, but I also enjoy Indian curry, and I LOVE Thai curry. So good! I think I will ask Mariko to make some Thai curry next time. We are truly spoiled by her every day. 🍛

And now, on to today’s question:

Life After Blogs – Your life without a computer: what does it look like?

I am not sure if the question is asking what I do when I don’t have access to a computer, or if there was an alternate reality in which computers don’t exist, what would I be doing? I think the latter question is more intriguing, so here goes. Since I have been interested in the arts before computers were commonplace, I suppose I would be doing something in that field. Perhaps I’d still be painting 🎨, or maybe I’d be working in a museum. There was a time in my life where I wanted to be a museum curator. I even was a “preparator” at a museum for a short time. I helped out with moving artwork, cleaning sculptures, and assisting the restoration artists. It was very interesting! But then I got interested in computers and multimedia and the rest is history. Or… maybe I would be a full-time photographer! I was into photography back in college and to this day, I love making photos. I could see myself continuing with photography as a hobby well into my future, even if it were just film and not digital. 📷

It’s fun to think about what your alternate history might have been, isn’t it? But what is cool is that I think it is possible to change your life’s focus any time if you really want to.

Well, today’s weather got grey and chilly again here where I live. ☁️ I hope it is not too cold wherever you are! Take care of yourselves.

おやすみなさい!

-B Barron Fujimoto

This post was prompted by The Daily Post from WordPress.

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