There’s a downside to getting service everywhere.
My main reason for not having a cellphone! I don’t WANT to be accessible anywhere!
Right? I fought it for a long time.
Heheheheheh! We have all had that happen. It’s a good thing they have an off button.
Hee! I giggled at your pocket vibrating.
BTW, I LOVE that your dress has pockets. 😉
I seriously only try to buy dresses with pockets. I love them!
Heh, the dress I’m wearing RIGHT NOW has pockets!
Wow, I don’t even get reception inside my own house half the time.
This is awesome, Rae! The shot with you on the mountain top is fabulously serene.
Thanks! The first frame took me awhile and I was worried I rushed too much with the others.
Nah. This is one of my favs so far!
Ohh, that’s quite the complement, thanks!
Is that Shasta?
Haha, it could be Shasta because I see Shasta quite often (it actually does kind of look like Shasta), but I was trying to model it after Mount Everest.
Thanks for the regular giggles…I have nominated you for an Inspiring Blog award.
Tell everyone you won’t text back because it costs money, and you’ll be freed of any texts…
Buahah I’ve escaped this! My phone hasn’t been on for months :> Sadly, this would apply to me with a laptop instead of a phone :<
haha, love the enormity and detail of the first panel. It makes for a nice ‘visual punchline (this may be a term that I just made up)’ in the later panels.
During my blogging hiatus, I became more addicted to Twitter. I need a rotary cell phone.
PS – I’m coming out of hiatus tomorrow.
So I was above ten thousand feet a couple of days ago and I discovered an interesting thing. I had brought my cell phone because I had forgot a camera and needed to snap at least one or two pictures. I was at my high point and I took out my phone to take said photos when I noticed a new (to me) symbol on my phone. It turns out that I could make 911 calls and nothing else where I was. Who knew?
Oh, and I love this one by the way.
The option to be able to make an emergency call is definitely still a plus! And thanks!
The end will come through the iPhone conduit. Why does a phone work everywhere if it wasn’t designed to enslave humanity? Answer me that.
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