The Komyanek Family

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

I'm lovin' it.

I know it sounds like McDonald's that I'm talking about, but that's not the case.

I would have never imagined how much of a difference a tiny, little black and silver gizmo could make in ones life.

I spent much of the day going through pages of notebooks that housed all sorts of scribbles of information that should have been dealt with weeks if not months ago but darned it anyway, I couldn't find the little note that I left myself because it was at the bottom of my black work bag. Never again. I now have a very healthy To Do List that I must tend to.

It has been years since I listened to music blasting through a headphone but that is exactly what I did today. It was John Cougar to boot. Actually, one of the songs I used to really 'turn up' on my record player that I kept in my 'hi-fi' closet at the apartment in Streetsboro. Wow, that was cool. Now, I need to find MP3's of all my favorite artists that I haven't listened to in ages and just gave all their cassettes away thinking I'll never get into music like I used to back then. Wrong.

Did I mention that having all of my appointments with me at anytime is a wonderful feature as well. This might be the last year for the huge datebook that constantly graces our kitchen table reminding us of who needs to be where and when. Norman never checked it anyway and the kids can just sync with my ical.

Yes, I can also check my e-mail and check the weather or how my stock is doing at any given moment as well. It can wake me up in the morning, remind me of a 2 o'clock appointment. And now when I write myself a shopping list that we need more peanut butter and milk, I will actually have that shopping list with me when I am at the store and not taped to the fridge at home because I stopped on the way home from work and had forgotten to take the list off the fridge in the morning before I left for work. See where I'm going with this?

I'm sure you figured it out by now but I really like my new phone.

Thanks Justin and Jason, I'm not sure I would have done it on my own.


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