So by now you may have noticed I've actually started a new blog:
I wanted to have a more focused place to keep track of my style and daily outfits and sewing and stuff, so that's what that is all about. I'm still debating what to do about this one, considering I never really liked the URL (I was mostly just annoyed that there is another LMcWethy in the world), and I will no longer be rambling around DC, since I'm moving to New Jersey in 2.5 weeks! I think I might as well keep it up though, for all my random thoughts that don't fit in with the theme of my new blog, but who knows. I'll let you know what I decide. :)
And since I titled this post tidbits, I figure I have to include more than one tidbit, so here is my story of the day. I've had a bit of a love/hate relationship with my phone for a little while now. It's about 1.5 years old, and I paid full price for it (ouch) because I didn't want to sign a new contract with Verizon, so I want it to last as long as possible. Unfortunately, it's been showing signs that that is not going to happen. Twice in the past month it has factory reset itself. Twice. Yeah, not cool, Motorola Razr M. Anyway, I've successfully demonstrated that it isn't the end of the world, despite the fact I lost about a years worth of progress on Mystery Manor (level 104!!!!). Anyway, this morning my alarm goes off on my phone like it does every morning. Unlike every morning, the lock screen is frozen and I'm unable to turn off the alarm. And, oh yeah, my phone is the one phone that happens to not have an external battery. Not cool, Motorola Razr M. So it goes off for 20 minutes or so, and it's really loud. Due to my amorous neighbors, I happen to know the walls are not really soundproof, so I hid the phone in my workout clothes drawer. When it had finally decided to stop, I was like, ok, I will take it to work with me I guess and see if it ever fixes itself (still frozen at this point). That is, until the alarm starts going off a second time. Back into the workout clothes drawer it goes. When I left for work it had just started it's third cycle of the alarm. My hope is that it will eventually use up the battery (battery life is not great anymore, another indicator it's on its way out), and will magically be all better when I start it back up. Here's hoping!