Last week I had to deliver some things to a near-by city. I had the address and figured I knew where it was. After driving around for 15 minutes in a futile attempt to find the street, I remembered my phone and called the number to the place and asked how to get there. The woman who answered asked where I was, then told me where to go (you know what I mean). None of her directions got me to my destination. It was getting dark and I knew I'd be in big trouble if I didn't find it soon. I was beginning to think I needed some divine intervention and then it occurred to me that my Smart phone could help me find it! Duh!! I checked it out on map quest and found the place!
Welcome to the 21st Century, Connie!
I discovered the voice feature on my phone and have been using it to type texts and emails. However, the texts don't always match what I say. For instance, I snapped a picture of the beautiful flowers in the back of my car that we were transporting to Rexburg for Camille's wedding openhouse. I sent it to Andy with the message, "Can we fit these AND all the cupcakes in the truck?" It came out "1015 at cupcakes in the truck?"
The next text was with a picture of everything packed in the back of the truck. I said, "Everything's tucked in nicely!" It typed, "Everything text in my sleep!"
Sent an email to a woman in our ward to see if she got her visitng teaching done. I said, "You able to see your ladies this month?" It typed, "We able to see your dating this month?"
Maybe I should take the gum out of my mouth before speaking.