Wednesday, August 13, 2008

TWO NEW RESOLUTIONS MADE TODAY

Milton, here for Kristy:

I've moved to a new location. The Twinkies ran out at the last place. Terry has a cabinet full of snacks. Ha! Just kidding. Norma and Ron are great hosts and have helped and loved me beyond measure. They fed me well. 

But, no Twinkies tonight.

And

I've sworn off driving and talking on a cell phone unless I get a Bluetooth.

What is a Bluetooth? 

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News Flash Update: Thursday morning

Already broke first new resolution. Twinkies are all over the kitchen this morning. What happened?

I haven't broken the second new resolution. I didn't do much driving that I remember while sleeping. 

I do know what a Bluetooth is. 

6 Comments:

At 6:16 AM, Anonymous mimi said...

Is it like a little hand size phone/computer ?

 
At 6:44 AM, Blogger Karen Eve said...

Hey, a bluetooth, that's like the newest thing in tatoos. They tatoo one or both of your front teeth blue. Of course you can also get tooth jewelry, like a little diamond put on your tooth, but I've heard they tend to come off when you eat corn on the cobb.

 
At 6:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Milton, you are going to have your whole group of bloggers telling you what a bluetooth is unless you are careful :)

 
At 7:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is a cell phone

 
At 7:39 AM, Blogger Pam Meyers said...

Around Chicagoland, parts of it you can't drive and talk on a cell unless you have a hands-free device. Which for the uninformed, that's what a Bluetooth is. It "talks" to your cell and the ear thing hooks around your ear, enabling you to talk without holding the phone. You've probably scene people walking around with the thing hooked on an ear. Most cells come Bluetooth friendsly these days.

Glad to hear your family is loving on you good Milton. You need that right now.

Praying for ya!

 
At 7:40 AM, Anonymous Scarlett said...

I googled your question:
Bluetooth
A Special Interest Group, comprised of leaders in the telecommunications, computing, and network industries, that is developing a new standard for short range wireless communications between devices, such as between PDAs and laptop computers or between mobile phones and vending machines. Bluetooth uses the same frequency band (2.4 GHz) as 802.11b wireless networks.


DON'T EAT TOO MANY TINKIES or you soon will not fit into your clothes!

 

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