OSHAWA ON — Upon receiving free postcards in the mail from Canada post that are meant to promote staying in touch, Grandma Edith thought it would be a good time to teach her grandson Nick how to send them. She knew right off the bat that this wasn’t going to go well when he sat down with his computer and logged into his Gmail. “Oh no dear, you just need a pen,” she told him as he gazed at her with skepticism. She told him to write a message on it to a friend and then to write their address on the lines provided. As he began to write his friend’s email address, she took it away and gave him a new one. “Their house address, you know with a postal code, ” she said turning slightly red with anger. Upon writing his message he asked how to send it without a send button and she said it gets delivered by a mailman just like that. “So everyone can read the message, what about privacy?” he asked her in disbelief. By that point Edith just threw her pen and stormed off saying he will never get it and he should stick with his updated technology. He took a picture of the postcard, sent to to his friend on Snapchat and went to apologize to his grandma for being so non-technologically impaired.