Works great at the laundromat to.
Now there's a new accessory someone should invent. Sort of like those key rings on the retractable cord. . .Leslie said:Sometimes I think I need a Kindle leash to connect it to me so I don't leave it somewhere by accident.
Exactly! One of my favorite places to read on the Kindle.Lizzy said:Works great at the laundromat to.
LOL, Angela! You got that right! I took my Kindle with me to vote this year, planning on being able to read while in line. NO LINES! First time ever we walked right in and voted. (We went around 11 AM on election day.) If I had been kindleless, the lines would have still been wrapped around the school, like they were in the morning.Angela said:I took mine with me this morning to the mechanics because I knew I would have to wait for an oil change. They told me it woudl be an hour before they could even get to my car and I said no problem cause my hubby was taking me out for breakfast and would bring me back. I never got to read at the diner because the service was so fast and when he took me back 35 minutes later, my car was already finished and waiting on me!! I never got the chance to even take my kindle out of sleep mode all day! If I had been kindleless, I would have been sitting and waiting all morning with nothing to do!
Ha! Yeah, I did the same thing. The nearby middle school is our polling place, so I just walked over, thinking it would be packed. I read my Kindle on the way...and there were only about three people in the voting booths! Guess I had missed all the action (I went after work).Betsy the Quilter said:LOL, Angela! You got that right! I took my Kindle with me to vote this year, planning on being able to read while in line. NO LINES! First time ever we walked right in and voted. (We went around 11 AM on election day.) If I had been kindleless, the lines would have still been wrapped around the school, like they were in the morning.
My husband's the same way, but if I think it'll take me less time to stand in line than leave and come back, I want to stand in line. I hate making two trips...Teninx said:I stand in line for nothing. If it's more than a minute or two wait, I do without and come back at another time.
I'm thinking he probably has to concentrate on driving so he cannot read. I do think he probably keeps his Lists on some sort of hand held device though.stevene9 said:Thoughtful question - does Santa read a Kindle while traveling from the North Pole?