2020, Roy

09.25.20 Swapping phones

Since swapping phones with Roy’s I haven’t been able to hear the phone ring. I also couldn’t tell who was calling. The calls coming in on my old phone had names and ringtones associated with them. On Roy’s phone only numbers showed and who knows people’s numbers any more. I figured it was something I did to it since my phone had a tendency to lose icons, move icons and other things that were really the result of me putting my phone in my purse without turning it off. That was one of those things that Roy was so patient with me. He’d say “hand me the phone,” he’d fix it and hand it back. I was imagining him in Heaven saying “oh goodness, she’s at it again.”  That’s just one of the things he patiently fixed for me so many times.

Yesterday afternoon I spent a couple of hours removing numbers from Roy’s phone that I don’t need and adding names to numbers so I would know who calls and text messages were for.

This morning Chip helped me communicate with a Samsung representative who did his magic and now I hear my phone ring and texts come in!

Then I think the last thing I needed to do having to do with phones, is to change my regular phone plan to a prepaid phone plan. It’s now $35 a month, in three months will be $30 and in nine months will be $25 a month!

In between all of that I cried and hated each change I made.

My phone number is still 985 320 8640. It is set to Do Not Disturb from 8 pm to 10 am every day. It doesn’t even vibrate during that time. It helps me sleep well to know I won’t be woken up by the phone in the morning.

I have been thinking about a lot of things I want to write about so you’ll probably be hearing from me more often for a while.

Please continue to keep my family in your prayers. We all miss Roy’s presence in our lives so much.

I hope each of you has a wonderful weekend and that our LSU Tigers and New Orleans Saints win big this weekend!

Psalm 18: 1-3  KJV  I will love thee, O Lord, my strength.  The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower. I will call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies.

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