I can see clearly now

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Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4 (Photo credit: Janitors)

I have wanted my own cell phone for a while now.  However, my husband and I both agreed that we couldn’t justify the expense with me not working.  Earlier this week, I was offered a full time job and now we’re just waiting on the results of my drug screening and background check.  I am confident that they will both come back clean!

Yesterday, my family and I took a trip to the local cell phone service store which happened to be in the shopping center as a Toys R Us and many other stores.  While I was getting my phone, my husband took our son to Toys R Us to look and keep him occupied.

My husband suggested I get the iPhone because he already has an Android.  He said it would be beneficial if we had different phones, especially if we wanted to watch certain videos or access information he was unable to on his Android.  Ultimately, I had been admiring the Samsung Galaxy.  The price was more affordable than the iPhone.  Plus, we already have an iPad that our son uses and abuses.  I would hate for him to see the iPhone and realize it is the same set up as his iPad and start throwing the phone around.

I had it narrowed down between the Samsung Galaxy S III or Samsung Galaxy S4.  I like the Samsung brand, as I just recently bought Samsung washer and dryer that I just adore!  So, I was already partial to the Samsung brand.  In the end, I chose the Samsung Galaxy S4!  I loved the 13MP camera, the size of the screen and many features.

I spent the majority of the afternoon and evening getting acquainted with my new phone.  After spending way too much time on my phone, I can see clearly now.  I now see how easily people can drown out life because the phone is so addicting.  I am going to try not to do that with my husband and son.  I once read a Dear Abby letter from a husband asking what he should do with his wife in regards to her spending hours of their free time on her cell phone texting.  I don’t want to become a slave to my phone, but I already seeing it happening.

What phone do you have?  Do you consider yourself addicted to your phone?  Could you go an hour, work day, or even 24 hours without your phone?

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