You see the red 1 circled by the Settings icon?
It really gets on my nerves.
I can get rid of it and I want to, but I don’t want to. I know. I’m sounding female.
In order to get rid of it I have to install the iOS 7 update. That’s the part I don’t want to do. I have no problems with iOS 6, so why change? I’m not a big fan of change unless it’s a promotion, a raise or some other benefit. Time Warner is willing to give me $300 to change my TV provider and I won’t do it. Apple isn’t offering anything but possible aggravation and frustration.
At least that was Sandra’s experience at updating. Why sign up for that?
There are some things that I’d like to change, but they’re much more difficult than pressing a button.
I’d like to be more trusting in The Lord.
More patient with my family.
Not so hard on myself.
More consistent in good habits.
Less easily offended.
Quicker to forgive.
Slower to anger.
That’s the short list.
The only upgrade I know involves a downgrade.
More of Jesus, less of me.
He is the 1 I need more of in my life.