Anyhow! Over the past few weeks I've had several posts built up in my head but never quite seemed to make it to a computer or even to pen and paper to get them out there. And now here I sit at what used to be one of my favorite places trying to remember what it was I had to say that I thought people might find interesting. My mind is completely blank. I blame the new meds 150%. And maybe the chaos in my life: separation, moving, etc. All things I can't write about right now but will in the future when they aren't so fresh and possibly painful topics for others.
So instead, I'll tell you about my new phone. The phone I HAD to have. The phone I spent a lot of money I couldn't afford to spend, trying to justify it with the fact that my old phone would go to my husband to either replace his phone with the cracked screen or our daughter's phone with the even more cracked screen.
This is my phone.
|My new Samsung Galaxy S III. Not all it's cracked up to be.|
This is my phone case. I didn't realize it was a 3-d phone case. That swivels to show a mirror.
|Super cute case from HD Accessory. Cost me a whopping $13, and I've already |
dropped my phone twice today and it's still in good shape.
I didn't pay that much attention. I thought it was super cute and just painted on the case. The gals at work are now calling me a 15-year-old girl. But only because they're jealous they don't have a phone case that is so freaking adorable AND also useful because it doubles as a mirror! A real mirror - not just pretending-the-apple-on-the-back-of-their-iPhone-is-a-mirror mirror. Every time I look at the case I smile, and then I start singing Gwen Stefani's song about harajuku girls.
The battery is supposed to be better than my iPhone's was. Yah, that has NOT proven to be true. The screen is fabulous. I was really looking forward to the 8 megapixel camera, but I'm finding most of my pictures are blurry. Operator error, I'm sure! I'm partly loving the swiping keyboard thingie. (Yes, I know you love my technical terms.) Except that it just flat out refuses to work on some words. So in case you read my Facebook statuses, tweets, or I text you, here's a translation guide for you!
What I type vs What my phone decides I want
- I'm = Jim
- for = shit or good
- you = Hu or tty
- short = shot
- hot = shit
- stalk your house = stab good horse (don't ask)