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Dressing in the dark – I got to work at 6:45am this morning. Blech. Pictures taken at the bathroom at work.
I have worn them before, totally adore them. Surprisingly comfortable too!
Will be another early day tomorrow, think I will be wearing my white gauzy peasant top from Old Navy with my Seven jeans. If it's warmer than today, I will wear with my brown croco Carlina heels from Sofft. If not, might wear these shoes again!
I am considering upgrading my cell phone. I currently have an “old school” cell phone – it does everything that I need – takes pictures, I can text, get calls. My plan is a reasonable price – I never go over minutes, have unlimited texts. I don't have picture texts (have to pay for each) and don't have Web features (canceled that to keep the price low). Well the phone is starting to get a bit old – doesn't hold a charge as long as it used to, scratched up. I find I am texting much more than I used to be – even for work I often have to text and a QWERTY keyboard would make life easier (and texts faster). I also wonder if I used my cell to check email, I would be on the actual computer less.
So I can get a free phone with my cell provider, but I would have to change plans to accommodate a “fancy” phone. This would be an increase of $20 a month. I don't see any other “old school” phones that are any nicer than the phone I have now so I don't see the value in upgrading from regular cell to regular cell. But I don't know if it's worth the $20/month to become high-tech and modern with a phone that can surf the Web, hook up to my email account and calendar, have GPS (I don't have one for my car), blah blah blah… What's your opinion?