I spent a good 45 minutes or so at Sam's Club, buying an iPhone.
I went in there to buy eggs.
But I saw the display for phones and when I stopped to look at the iPhones, the nice young sales clerk, Thomas, asked if I needed any help.
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I started asking questions and the next thing I knew, I was buying a phone.
I really truly needed one. My Motorola Razr is very old and every time I charged it, it would die within a day. That's not right.
Besides, everyone at work is encouraged to get one. A smart phone, that is.
The problem is, I'm not sure I will be able to use it.
When I told Thomas that I'll be 60 this year, he just shook his head and told me how easy an iPhone is to use. I told him I do have a MacBook and he said if I can use a MacBook, I can use an iPhone.
We'll see about that.
I think my next purchase will be an iPad.
I'll be ready to go see "I Tweeted on My iPad (And I Liked it!)."