Kind of a bummer couple of days. One of the dogs, I believe it was Brittany, chewed up one of my knitting needles putting a stop to any further work on my nephew’s baby blanket until I can get it replaced. In a way, I’m not terribly upset because I’ve wanted to work on my cross stitch but feel guilty working on anything but baby blankets.
My wireless connection was down all day which made working from home impossible.
The baby keeps trying to make me throw up. He hasn’t succeeded, but that doesn’t seem to stop him from trying.
The guy at our local T-mobile store is incompetent. We went in on Tuesday night because my husband’s contract was expired so we were going to get a family plan. He had researched all the possibilities and chose the MyFaves 1000+. We were there for over an hour because my husband needed to run home and get some information that he needed to switch companies and then to get his ancient phone because the phone he intended to buy was sold out (it arrived last night). When he got back the guy took several tries to set things up correctly–and it looks like he failed miserably. While he was gone, I specifically asked if my phone, a RAZR, would work with the MyFaves. He looked at it and said yes. I found out today that he was mistaken. It appears to be working, the numbers are being marked as such, but I don’t have all the features on my phone to make it easier. The support person told me that T-mobile cannot guarantee that this will work, but for the time being it will have to do. Or buy another phone, which is not really in the budget now. On top of that, my voicemail was disconnected in the process and I had to call and have it reset. And it doesn’t appear that the mobile-to-mobile between my husband’s and my phones is working–the calls are still being counted against my minutes.
On the plus side, I received a letter acknowledging my claim to some unclaimed money from the state of Texas.