So I was telling my wife a story about how I once took a train from New Orleans, LA to Chicago, IL and how painful it was. It was painful because it took a day and half to make this trip. To make money the train stopped every thirty minutes in some new town to pick more people up. Now days trains have WiFi and other luxuries to keep you entertained. We also have phones to play on and search the Internet. I just sat there and really didn't talk to many people. Now days I usually can't sit anywhere for long with out using my phone or getting on my computer. It's a crazy thing to think about not being able to unplug from these devices. There is almost a panic when we do need to disconnect. (Old man voice) "Back in my day" but I feel like I'm hitting a breaking point of needing to unplug. As much as I hated that train ride I almost wonder if I don't need another one. Just somewhere to sit and not have access to anything.