No, it's not me. It's the phone.
So, I called the service centre and asked for a refund. I've gone back to the shop SIX times prior to this to get the phone fixed but each time, something else would crop up. That is why people have been receiving 3-10 of the same sms from me over the last few days. This "smart"phone cannot even send out smses properly....gosh, how smart is that??? And it cannot sync with my college wifi...now, what good is that?
So, I've had it with so-called "smart"phones. I told the customer care manager politely that there is this thing called a 14-day cooling-off period for anything that we purchase, and I'd like a refund, please. I hope I get it, and it'll be back to my trusty of dinosaur Nokia.
Well, now, how are things on the homefront?
Would you believe it? Indy is coming back to being Indy again. He comes back more often AND he has started talking again. Yes, he is back to announcing his arrival each time he comes back. He lounges in the living room, too, but he still goes away to the neighbour's. That would take time to change.
Bobby eating alone this morning.
Tiger is back with me in the room.
Indy still guarding the books.
And while I was at PAWS, we started chatting about things, and the subject of relocating cats came up. My friend at PAWS told me that cats have this uncanny inbuilt GPS in them in that they can travel miles just to return to their homeground.
We all have heard stories about cats travelling distances to get back home, right?
I'm worried about my cats escaping and trying to get back to my old house after we move, so we really have to think about how to cat-proof their space, at least for a few months.
The neighbourhood I'm moving to appears to be a much safer place for the cats even IF they want to roam. It is of lower density and would have less traffic.