We’re a Family!
Wow! I need to stop coming up with such dramatic titles that could be taken the wrong way. Seriously though, last night the Mister and I merged and become one with our…dun..dun…dun…cell phones!
I dropped my long-time service provider, T-Mobile, and joined AT&T with Kenny. We’re now on the family plan and will be sharing minutes. Hopefully I can keep my chatting to non-AT&T folk to a minimum.
It’s going to be so exciting to be able to talk to him whenever we feel like it. When we were on different plans we would only talk after 9 pm so that it was “free.” I’m anxious to pick up my phone and just talk to him!
We think there’s a feature that we can add international text messaging to the plan at one month at a time, which means that we may be able to text each other when he’s deployed and when I’m in England. Maybe.
YEA!!! The crappy part is that I have to manually move all my numbers over to the new phone, and I am not looking forward to that. I spent most of last night trying to figure out how to work the new thing. It’s basically the phone I’ve had for the past seven (yes, seven) years, but a fancier version. Hopefully this will all be a good thing!
In other news:
*Thought I was getting sick, but today I just feel icky. Not completely sick, but not “normal,” ya know? I have my BBC tonight and I really don’t want to not go, so I’ll just take it somewhat easy.
*It’s raining here today, which automatically brings my mood up. I just love the Albuquerque rain!
*I booked my flight to go see Kenny over the Fourth of July long weekend. I don’t think I need to tell you how excited I am 🙂
*I got a blog award yesterday and passed them out to some of the blogs I religiously read, so see if your name is on my list below!
Yay! One step closer to merging your lives together forever!
Have fun with the new phone!
yeah, when you post things like 'we're a family' people DO tend to jump to conclusions pretty fast! lol. be careful w/the international cell plans – my husband knows a guy who thought he had a good one – the first month he was deployed the bill was $9,000 – INSANE!!!!