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Texting, American Style

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ATB ORBITAL VEHICLE  –  We decide to postpone reentry due to Hurricane Irma.  Friends far below evacuate or hunker down.  Decisions made for better or worse.  Thirst for news has the internet chunking and stuttering.  Texting seems most reliable.

As do people the world over, Americans love their phones.  Big or small.  Full service or voice and text only.  The younger generation are the ones with faces buried into phone screens. Overlooked are the more -ahem- mature among us.  We love our phones as well.  Texting has hit an all-time popularity among those sending affectionate notes to one another all day and night.  And no one does it like the older generation.  Because we have a secret.

Instead of looking for the next hookup, we cultivate trust and harvest love with our chosen.  It’s a maturity thing, kids.  Coming soon to you in a few years.

Initialisms are the future.  When you see an octogenarian walking through the park, smiling, looking starry-eyed at her phone, her guy probably just texted NKNC  (Neck kisses and caresses).  Maybe it is a hookup.  You are never too old.  More probably, a long-term relationship based on respect and trust.