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Cell Phone Troubles

Cell Phone Troubles


Kansas City, Missouri

After sledding and having a cup of hot (cool) chocolate we headed back out to the car. Stacy looks at me with a big look of “ut oh!” While sledding her cell phone came out of her pocket. Well of course we were sledding at night and there wasn’t much light around. Well it wasn’t too hard to find, just a quick phone call to the number to find it. Funny thing is that when I downloaded the photos that night I came across this one, and there is Brenden and Rice sliding right passed Stacy’s cell phone. So after we find it we chuckle and get in the car ready to go back to the house. Then Stacy looks at me and states, “You’re going to think I’m really stupid.” “No, not at all we all do that,” I replied. Then she tells me that her keys are no where to be found. They are also out in the white snow. This time it took flashlights, and after a few minutes I found them lying in the snow. Whew! What a night!

Taken on: Feb 13, 2007 | 0 Comments