Written by Sonny Quinn
The local eleven o’clock news has always been my way to unwind at the end of the day. I have watched the people on my news station for the last thirty years and they have become just like members of my family. a few months ago, my company was bought out by someone else. When that happened, the shift that I had worked for years changed and I would no longer be able to get home at nine at night. This should have really bothered me, but the thing that bothered me the most was the fact that i was going to miss the local news at night. I would be working until twelve.
When I explained this to my adult daughter she just smiled. The very next day she came to my home with a gift. She had bought me a DVR for my directstartv. I had no idea what this thing was and swore up and down that she should take it back to where she got it. There was no way that I would be able to use this technological device. When she got it hooked up and explained to me all that it did, I was amazed. This was something that I could actually use. I would use it to watch my news at night. I have a great daughter by the way.
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