Monday, October 06, 2008

Phone Drama

Did you know that if you googled the phrase cell phone in washing machine you will get 932,000 hits!? Well, you will! And I did google that, because THAT'S WHAT HAPPENED TO MY CELL PHONE! Can you even believe it!? :( I did lots and lots of laundry yesterday and then saw it at the bottom of the tub after one of the loads. boo hoo hoo

BUT - I went today to see where I was in my plan and what I could do, since I really needed a cell phone. :) (I never realized before how much I do depend on it, what with babysitters, my agency contacting me, etc.)

AND - I found an awesome phone which I love! No, I did NOT splurge for the new tmobile GPhone (like the IPhone) although I really wanted to! :) But, I held back and got something more than what I had, but a lot less than that. My new one is HERE. (Though I didn't get quite THAT deal.) :( That's for first time subscribers of course! But it does have a camera which I've never had, and video, and IM and email abilities. The one downside, I do not have my phone numbers!!! They are lost! :( Oh well, I can re-input them! And I've learned to be even more careful on where I put my phone!!! :)


Julie said...

My mom has done that too many times to count- and she doesn't even know how to use her phone- ugh! hate it for you!!

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