The daily dose of a Daily Prompt by the Daily Post.
Describe your relationship with your phone. Is it your lifeline, a buzzing nuisance, or something in between?
I once got my phone stolen by some lady who won’t ‘fess up even though I know she took it. But then, I was not worried like my life was depended on it. It was more like, I don’t have a watch to look at to so I would know what I must be doing at that time.
Yes, my relationship with my phone is just like my relationship with my watch. It’s my alarm clock that wakes me and a calendar that notifies me on what to do. I am not worried that I won’t be able to socialize with my friends because I have social networking sites to log in to, and almost everyday I get to be with a friend or two and just borrow their phone if I needed to.
I know that having a phone lately is a necessity, but just because so you can text or call someone you have to talk to. I see the apps just as a freebie that comes with it. And the camera, yes, that’s important too. To be honest, my last phone was a Nokia 6120 and I just changed it to a Nexus last December because my parents look at my phone like it does want to retire already. I could say I miss it sometimes, the beauty of an actual keypad but then I need to cope up with the techie world today.