The Lost Cell Phone

I can’t find my cell phone. I’ve tried calling it and (wait for this moment of brilliance…) it’s either…

run out of battery…

on silent mode….

or so put in a place that it will never be found again.

And as much as I’d love an excuse to get a new phone (iPhone), that’s not really an option right now.

God – I need You to sell my house AND find my cell phone. How selfish is that prayer???

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9 thoughts on “The Lost Cell Phone

  1. Since I got a new laptop a month and a half ago, I haven’t installed my RSS reader and have fallen behind on the blogs I read, including this one.

    Anyway, just ran across this post… the same thing happened to me this summer. I had just come back from a business trip and could not find my phone. I knew I had it at the luggage carousel because I had called Karen. Thought maybe I had left it in the rental car. Went back to the rental place twice to look for it.
    Oh, and it was set to vibrate AND the battery was almost dead when I lost it.
    A full week later I was sitting on the floor next to the couch after the kids were in bed, so the house was quite. I heard a familiar buzz. What was that? Must be my imagination. Then I heard it again a few minutes later. Man, that sounds like my cell phone. Checked the cushions… nothing. Heard it again, so I tipped the couch over and pulled back part of the mesh cover on the bottom and there it was. I couldn’t believe it and I couldn’t believe there was still enough battery to keep it vibrating.
    I was amazed.

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