Perhaps there can be too much of a good thing.
That was my dilemma after winning a prize at a recent raffle.
First, I rarely win anything, such as a lottery. (My chances would greatly improve if I actually started buying lottery tickets, though.)
My prize was a Memo tablet. At first, I thought this was an electronic organizer.
This device required EIGHT hours of charge time before I could actually begin playing with my new toy. The box came with very little information.
During that down time, I wondered what my prize could do for me. I already have a tablet, so I wondered if this second, smaller device could serve as a companion to my original tablet.
Perhaps a second device could go with me to the grocery, travel to a coffee shop or maybe provide important scores and news while I showered.
First, though, I had to learn if both of my two devices could exist on my data plan.
After multiple trips to the device store, I think my odds are better to win a lottery than to get this plan to work.
I get the uneasy feeling that another trip to the electronic store is near.