Instant Gratification

Leanne Ross Read Faced

While I was driving the other day I asked my daughter if she wanted to turn on the radio. Her answer was, “No.”

She loves music and we both get a kick out of singing (loud) together whenever a mutual favorite comes over the air waves. It didn’t make sense. Why was she quick to shoot down the idea?

InstantGratificationI was informed that if she turned the radio on, the preset station probably wouldn’t be playing a song she wanted to hear. That would then require her to push a button over and over and over while searching for a song she did like. Once found, the song might be half over and then she would have to deal with the boring commercials. Plus, the whole venture would involve leaning towards the car’s center console. Sigh. It just wasn’t worth it.

Okay. I’m exaggerating a bit. But still, is it…

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