I think our grands and great-grands find current technology easier than using a knife, fork or spoon. We marvel at them.
In contrast, my age-mates and I find new technology an ongoing struggle. We end up cursing at our smartphones and computers and wish for the olden days.
I find that at my retirement community, computer frustration is a regular part of dinner conversation.
Read more about Margery’s efforts to become more tech-savvy—and why some of her friends choose not to embrace technology—in “Part 10: With Technology, We Try.”
This post was written by Margery Fridstein, an author and retired psychotherapist who lives in a CCRC outside of Denver, CO. She is chronicling her experience in the monthly series, “The Last Stop With Margery Fridstein.”