Amidst all that’s been going on, I read a headline that caught my eye:
Apparently, Verizon is handling an average of 800 million wireless calls a day. Twice the number typically placed on Mother’s Day, historically one of the busiest calling days of the year. That’s kind of awesome.
In the day where the protocol is confusing, such as ‘Do I need to text you to ask if it’s cool to call you?’ Wait, what? A phone call, of course, is more personal than texting. It doesn’t require any sort of performance or have the same distractions as a video call. It’s simple. Like the headline read, humble. Simple and humble are good.
ps… Umm, yep, that’s me on the phone, circa early-2000s. Photo cred goes to our at-the-time 5 year-old son, Julian. Nice one, J.