My old iPad would randomly turn off whenever it wanted to, & I’d lose whatever I was typing unless it was in the cloud. At 1st, this was very irritating: typing is hard enough as it is, & to lose a huge text that I was typing was infuriating! But in time, I learned to type all my texts on the notes app. I made a folder called “finish texts too…” & it actually helped me with another problem I was having, where I’d forget to text people back! This was a welcome solution & it solved my issues for quite a while, but when I tried to copy & paste it into another app & it didn’t work, I again wanted a new iPad.
I thought getting a new iPad would solve all my issues. But it didn’t. My new iPad just has different quirks & is a new kind of annoying! HaHa! I realized that every iPad I have owned has something different to get used to, & some are easier to adapt to than others. There’s no “perfect iPad!” (as nice as it would be!)
People can be that way. We are all different, with different quirks to get used too.
On October 23rd the Bee Cave ward (12001 Bee Caves Rd.) will have its primary program at 10:30. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear the children’s testimonies through word & song & let them share what they have learned this year – all are invited! I was fortunate to assemble the program this year. I won’t lie – it stressed me out. But when I wrote the program last year, I learned that I like to involve the children in the process by asking them questions. So I did that again this year, & it was very uplifting to read their responses. If u would like to hear it, but can’t come, even though the sound quality will be better in person, it will be available on zoom:
Scan the QR code for the bulletin