Start you watch

Apparently pressing “Start” is a little too much for me to remember and I was half way through my run before I realized I never started my Garmin. Oh well, I was there, I know it happened 🙂

I am having trouble uploading pics, so I thought I would treat you to bore you with a pic of the people and animals I miss most from CA…Foodies 023

and of course…Foodies 001I need an new phone and although I would love to have an iPhone and live in poverty I have a great plan from Tmobile right now. Is it worth it? If you have an iPhone, did it change your life?


5 Responses

  1. I never thought I would need an iPhone because all I would need to do was call someone…then I got one and I am always checking my email/websites/facebook, etc. It’s perfect when you’re stuck in a traffic jam because I use it to see if there had been an accident and look for detours. It’s very addictive and I can’t imagine not having one. I didn’t switch plans though, I waited until my contract was up with verizon before getting one.

  2. I’d love to tell you that I hate my iPhone and I don’t need it and it was a waste of money. But, that’d be a lie. I even paid the early term fee with Verizon to get my iPhone.

    I use it all the time, and it’s really helpful. When we travel, there is never a question about where we’re eating or sleeping. I can amortize loans, calculate tips, keep in touch with friends, add things to my Amazon wishlist, listen to Sirius, get directions (which is going to allow me to not need a new GPS unit when I trade in my car), and manage my grocery list…all with one little nifty device. I was so disorganized without it.

    I mean…I’m still disorganized, but it seems like I had a lot more papers lying around before.

  3. The first picture you posted is awesome, he looks so content and happy. 🙂

  4. I LOVE my iphone. It is my crack! There is an app for everything! I miss your face!

  5. Damn, I was hoping you guys would tell me it’s not worth it…

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