I will be back in the United States in 2015. I’m not really sure when, but it will be 2015. There are some early Close of Services in March. Then again, I want to travel. It’s all too far away to think about with any precision. I will be back in the United States between March and July of 2015. When I do, the country will be mostly the same. It’ll be the small things that will have changed. That’s what I spend a lot of time thinking about.
-My dad will be 58 and getting closer to retirement.
-My mom will be 57 and about to start her last year of teaching.
-My sister will be turning 30 around the time I get back.
-Dasia will be 15 and probably have a Driver’s Permit.
-Jade will be 13 and getting ready for High School.
-Kyra will be 10 and starting Middle School.
-Sidenote: My parents will likely have a new dog!
-IPhone 7 will probably be the big thing.
-The PS3, the XBOX 720, and independent game systems will be on the market (I want one).
-The new technology will likely be “flexible tablets.”
-Google Glasses will be on the Market.
-Supermarkets will have more “do it yourself” checkouts than human checkouts
-Space Tourism will allow civilians to orbit the moon in a “Lunar Hotel”
-Self-driving cars will be on the road, but not ready for general sale.
-Personal Computers will have up to 100 TB hard drives.
-The New World Trade Center in New York will be open
-The first Presidential Candidates for 2016 will already have announced their candidacy.
-The Defense of Marriage Act will be overturned.
-3D Printing will render gun control obsolete.
-For the first time since I was 12, the United States will not be at war.
It’s strange to think about a lot of these things. Everything moves so quickly in the world nowadays, that a lot really does change in the course of two years. It’s all very exciting and scary. By the way, if you find this stuff as fascinating as I do, I get most of it off a single website. Check it out.