My #1 Son was born in 1982.
At that time, I had a brand new Sony Stereo system that included the latest in turntables. I had more than a few albums (vinyl platters into which songs were cut).
I had a Konica T4 camera with several lenses and a refrigerator full of film of varying speeds.
I didn't even have a pager, although I did carry one not long after he was born.
I had a Mr. Coffee.
I owned a primitive computer - TRS80 Model 3. No modem. At that time, I was actually behind the times.
Today I have an iPod Touch with almost 32gigabytes of music on it.
I have an embarrassing number of computers, including an HP laptop, a MacBook Pro, Wifi at home and 20megabits of Internet bandwidth.
I have a Sony DSC-S70 I keep for nostalgia's sake, and a Canon 60D with several lenses.
I have a Samsung S III from Verizon and I am NEVER out of touch.
And I own a Keurig.
I can't WAIT to see what happens next.
The thing is - my Mom was born in 1926. The list of changes she has seen in her lifetime just boggles the mind.
The next ten years will boggle yours.