We've all seen the scams. Elderly woman gets an email from a traveling relative, claiming that he's been robbed and needs money. EW sends money and later finds out that it was a hoax, and she's now broke.We all know to never answer those types of emails.
Tuesday morning, my husband woke me way too early. He's one of those VERY ANNOYING early morning people who bounds out of bed bright and early with all the subtlety of a Labrador puppy. Get up, get up, let's GO, time's a-wasting, the sun is up and let's go, go go!!!!
Yeah. I don't wake up like that. For me it's more Oh, no, not again. Didn't we just have morning yesterday? Whose bright idea was it to make morning come so early? Get out of my face. Let me go back to bed.
So I rolled over and grabbed my phone, as is my typical MO first thing. I checked my email. And there, buried in the reader comments and spam emails was a Facebook post from my son. My son, who is overseas with my mom. My son, who only communicates through Facebook, because email is so last century. And the message from him sent shivers down my spine.