Well, I got my new phone yesterday. My daughter bought me the one with all the bells and whistles! And I picked the gold color because it reminds me of yellow and yellow is my favorite color. This one has a lot of memory. However, it’s not all set up yet. I’m looking for an app that will tell me which apps can be moved to the SD card without rooting the phone. I had one on my old phone but it won’t work on the new one (newest Android operating system, Marshmallow, I think). I can’t find any in the Play store or the Amazon App store. Anyone know of one? I don’t want to root the phone and I don’t know on my own which ones I can move. I also want to look around and see if there are newer apps that can replace some of the older ones. It seems that I am still using very old apps that are not as functional as they were when I got my first android six years ago. So it will be a few days before I can stop playing with it and get it all the way I want it.
I was just looking at my FB memory feed and saw that a year ago today was when I thought I was having some post op complications and called the hospital. They connected me to the doctor on call. It was not quite eleven at night and the doctor on call fell asleep as I was telling her my symptoms and my worries and vitals. Fell asleep. Asleep asleep. With snoring. I kept yelling “hello” into the phone to wake her up. Eight minutes of loud snoring. I was so, so, so upset. On top of my worries about my incision possibly being infected, I had to deal with a physician who was asleep. Luckily, it all turned out okay and although I did end up having to go up to the hospital the next day when I was able to talk to a doctor who was awake, it all ended up okay. But that really upset me. I didn’t file a report. Everyone said I should. I didn’t because it was too stressful to deal with and I figured she had been sufficiently embarrassed when the rest of the staff found out what had happened. I just hope she never did that again with other patients.
I have to trot off soon to help my daughter with the boys. By the way, it was really funny when we were at Costco dealing with changing wireless carriers. Spencer wouldn’t go to his mom. Only to me. He kept saying “my nana; my nana” and pulling away from my daughter. Anderson wouldn’t stay with her either. He wanted me. Funny how they want me all the time. (Could it have anything to do with the fact that I always have a treat in my purse or pocket? Nah. It’s me they want!)
For those of you following the fire in Canada, Fort McMurray, it may be of interest to you that Jamberry nails (I’m an independent consultant) is currently offering a special nail wrap and donating proceeds to the Canadian Red Cross to use for relief at Fort McMurray. As of yesterday morning, they had raised over $45,000 U.S. through the sail of this wrap. It is only available through Sunday night. If you are interested, let me know in comments or in email through the sidebar. I’ll put the link here but WP may delete it.
I have never made a fuss about it (in fact I never even pay attention to it) but the other day I got this in my WordPress comments: