Here we go...decisions decisons.
What are our NEEDS and what do we have because culturally we've been conditioned to depend on certain things? Reminder to Self: Need = Food, Clothing, Shelter
Jack got me a cell phone for safety's sake. Safety, to him, is a need.
But how necessary is it, really?
So far, it's broken once, and at 9:30 this morning, it was stolen outright in a restroom as I was washing my hands.
To replace it? A lot of money!
We're re-examining everything, and I'm trying to be bold and brassy enough to question what REALLY is a need to me.
I don't judge others' decisions of what's necessary for themselves, that's not what this is about. But I am challenging myself...is a cell phone a necessity? Or a telephone at all?
I gain pleasure in remaining in contact with many friends across the miles by phone. Nevertheless, at this point I have (well, HAD) the home phone and the cell phone AND the computer.
Which brings me back to what's a NEED...
or in a different vernacular...WWTIFD?
(What Would the Ingalls Family Do?)