Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Corner View: Cell phone madness

It is supposed to be a wordless post but… in my case it’s photo-less one. I have to explain. Cell phone madness days are left far behind me. I used to be attached to my cell phone when I worked but I don’t use it very often these days. In fact, I don’t even know where it is now. If I needed my cell phone, I would have to first call myself from our landline to find it. But I don’t even remember my number by heart!

Let's look for some cell phone madness here:
jane, ladybug-zen, ian, bonnie, esti, sophie, cele, modsquad, caitlin, joyce, ani, couturecoucou, kim, a day that is dessert, natsumi, epe, kaylovesvintage, trinsch, c.t., jeanette, outi, schanett, ritva, dongdong, francesca, state of bliss, jennifer, dana, denise, cabrizette, bohemian girl, ruth, dianna, isabelle, amber, all the lovelies, mister e, janis, kari, jgy, jenna, skymring, elizabeth, audrey, allison, lise, cate, mon, victoria, crescent moon, erin, otli, amy, ida, caroline, lisa, dorte, kimmie, la luna dans le ciel, nicola, malo, vanessa, britta, virgina, april, rebecca, b, sunnymama, kyndale, samantha, karen, kristina, angelina, juanita, pamela, emily, dorit, sophie, janet, mcgillicutty, desiree, travellingmama, aimee, mirtille, madchen, guusje, boise, daan, woolie, 2ndspring, jenell, tina, inna, lisa, ninja, ibb, urbaniche, allegria,line

21 comments:

  1. wow no cell phone. I don't use mine that much but I can't imagine being without one.
    p.s. I have a hard time remembering my own phone number too.

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  2. Hello Kari, I do have one but don't use it on daily basis ;)

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  3. You are not an addict one, it's good !!!

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  4. well, when reading this I suppose "state of bliss" is the first thing that springs to mind ;)

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  5. Refreshing view,
    makes me smile.

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  6. I'm the opposite: I call our cordless with my cellphone so that we can locate it!

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  7. and are chances good that the battery has died?

    yay for you!

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  8. That is me too! I couldn't tell you where my phone is right now. It totally frustrates my husband who is attached to his. It is his second wife.

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  9. ah another nocellphonegirl!

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  10. I didn't manage photos either because no one ever calls my cell phone and it usually languishes on silent in the bottom of my handbag so even if someone does call it never gets answered!!

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  11. Ive encountered countless women who are phoneless... is sort of reject that whole idea of being available ALL the time to EVERYone.
    Have a great day!
    Dana

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  12. My husband is the only person who's ever called me on my cell phone. I've never even known my own number, and I actually asked my husband to call me a lot this week just so I could do a corner view! So...it makes me really happy to see someone claim their cell-phone-free status with pride! Good job!

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  13. I like how you are notattached to your cell. I should really try this. Maybe I should make it my new years resolution. xo

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  14. i love it. this is how i should be. i have photos, but i didn't realize my post was supposed to be wordless. oops.
    nicola
    http://whichname.blogspot.com

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  15. you're so lucky. so very lucky. i aspire to that. xoxo

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  16. I have tried that....calling to find the find my cellphone. But after month of not being used it went out of batteries. I live very happily without mine too. ;)
    Have a great weekend!

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  17. I am glad I am not the only one who had to skip this corner view for outer reasons.
    By the way, I bought some coffee cups in a local second hand and they are marked by Walbrzych factory on the bottom, jej!

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  18. There is a freedom in that, and I think it's healthy... :)

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