Earlier this summer I spent several weeks in Maryland. I packed lots of ‘comforts’ that I depend on at home. One of them was this.
I am a radio person, more so than a TV person. So when my grandson, age 4 1/2, saw my radio, he was very curious. I showed him how to turn it on, which he did about five thousand times. Then he said “Grandmom, tell it to play [a specific song]” I explained to him that the radio played what the person at the radio station wanted, not what we wanted. He decided that this odd piece of technology was worth taking to school for show and tell, which he did. Apparently, his school friends were equally amused by this contraption.
The particular radio I took was the one I keep at work (though I have another just like it at home as well as two other models). Anyway, when I brought it back to work, I noticed the green name tag we put on it when he took it to school was still there. I decided to keep it there!