Cell Messages I Missed Because My Signal Dropped Out

25 Oct

Cellphones and Signals

Reaching me via cell – the expectations are way too high!

8:15 a.m.

voicemail

“Hi Barb, (cough) (cough) will you give me a ring when you get a chance? Thank you.”

 

9:25 a.m.

voicemail

“Hi Barb, would you mind driving honey? I don’t feel like driving. (laughter) Would you mind? Um, I’m trying to see if 12:00 is a good time for us to leave. No, not leave here, I mean just to get there. Um, what’s the traffic? I wonder if you’ve been out yet? You haven’t been out yet, have you? Okay, give me a call when you get this. Thank you, dear. Bye.”

 

10:42 a.m.

voicemail

“Hi Barb, I’ve been trying to reach you. (strained laughter) Is your phone ringing or what? Um… I figure we should leave around twenty-five after ’cause it takes a little while to go through the park up there… if that’s okay with you (thru teeth) sweetheart.

Okay, I’ll talk to you when you get home.” CLICK.

10:55 a.m.

voicemail

“Barb! I’ve been trying to reach you dear. I’ve been trying to reach you dear (hacking cough) Aren’t you home? (peeved) ‘kay. Bye.”

 

10:59 a.m.

voicemail

LOUD STATIC, CLICK

 

11:05 a.m.

email

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I want to tell you the traffic is bad so we should leave at 11:25 but I cannot get you are you all right.

 

11:10 a.m.

POUNDING ON MY DOOR  🙂

Perhaps face-to-face communication is the best…

 

Too much connection? https://www.barbbest.com/hello-eleven-reasons-havent/

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