Saturday, August 4, 2007
Thursday, August 2, 2007
I cry to you for comfort for countless victims of tragedy in Minnesota. Please wrap your loving arms around all those affected by this devastation. Be with those families who have lost fathers, mothers and children. Lay your healing hand on those in hospitals with serious injuries. Guide the recovery efforts so that they will find every last body in that water and rubble. Let no one remain missing.
Posted by gardenkeeper at 8:51 PM
Today the phones came! I opened the boxes, read the instructions. I charged the batteries, then turned the phones on. I had called once earlier, because they gave us wierd phone numbers (out of state numbers) which should have been our first clue.... When I turned on the phones, they said *no service*. hmmmm... I thought... So I called the company again, and after speaking with several people I find out that they dont service our area!!
I told them I wanted a refund and would send the phones back at their expense. This was all fine and dandy. So I was put on hold for a 1/2 hour only to be disconnected. So I called back, my patience wearing a bit thin. Finally got to talk to a human again, and we went through the whole verification process again. Then his computer locked up on him and he could not finish the return today. He asked me to call back tomarrow. I told him that I would not be the victim of a run around and that he better process this thing and email me by the end of the day TOMARROW. By the end of the conversation, I was steamed. (good thing my hubby was not home from work yet! ) heeheee
I then went shopping again for another carrier. I found a local one and made sure we were in a service area and odered from them. *wish I had gone through this carrier in the first place!*
There is a lesson to be learned from this....... I need to make sure our little town is on the map before I order things online again!
Posted by gardenkeeper at 8:39 PM
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
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Tuesday, July 31, 2007
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