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18 February 2009

from caveman to cutting edge

This Valentine is from my 3rd grader. Apparently it's somewhat encrypted with the silver ink over the blue scribbles. I'll attempt to decipher. It reads: Love ya so much and good luck with the iphone and you rock for being my Mom! Love Ya!

On the inside, and the best part: you are the best in the world and I will never forget you or probably never run away. I'd better keep this promise handy, although she did throw 'probably' in so, there's no guarantee...

Unfortunately, this valentine is not for me, it's addressed to Daniel. I guess I'd better step it up and take a page from Daniel's fashion book if I want to keep up.

Yes, congratulations were in order. I perhaps just made the biggest cell phone jump in history... and I couldn't be happier. This will take my multitasking to the next level.
We are trying to keep it green- the old phone works just fine and is awarded to the kids to share, using it when they need it. A less than ideal decision for the 7th grader who really wants her own- but, personal kid phones will come soon enough I'm sure.
Oh, beg your pardon, that's a caveman ipod to the left in the picture, my mistake.

3 comments:

VaLene said...

Noelle, you left me in the dust. We had some "special" connection with our IDENTICAL, indestructible, old-school cell phones. Well, at least your old one is still in your family.

Hailey said...

iPhones get better by the day. Went to SF -the Tour was there same time but I was tutoring my Pa on the computer & missed it, read lots about it though :( - left my computer at home and loved NOT having it. The iPhone did/does it all and is a lot lighter.

The app Loopt is kinda fun.

lex said...

I think I should get that stone phone from you... I might use it more than I do mine! ;)

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