Now Playing -
Bye Bye Bye by Dan Bern
Not a lot to report today, apart from the fact that I finally got a new phone yesterday, after an hour wait at the Verizon store, which would have been infinitely longer if the people in front of me hadn't gotten fed up and left. Thanks impatient people! Luckily, it gave me plenty of time to examine all of the phones and find one with the right amount of features and lack of cost. I ended up going with the Alias 2, which is notable primarily because it uses the same electronic ink technology as a Kindle or other E-Reader to change the key functions depending on what you're using the phone for at the time. It seems kind of gimmicky, but it works surprisingly well. The keys are easy to read and change really efficiently. What's nice about this is that it allows the phone to have larger keys and still have full functionality, something important for a thick fingered neanderthal such as myself.
We leave for Oregon in six days, I can't wait to flee this burg and see something new for a few days.
I'm at 52,000 words so far, and just wrote about an accidental shooting, a slow motion chase and what movie opened the week of October 27, 2007.
The Last Sentence -
"In real life, Marlin? In real life we use people like that for bait."
From - "Graves" (WIP)