Society dictates a certain moral code that limits what we can say or do if we want peace and “no drama” I often find myself riddled with many Ally McBeal moments. So, this blog is really more like a narrative of a conversation (or series of conversations) I’ve had with myself, some of which I may have already shared with a few friends.
- I am not uber attached to my phone so when I am home it is usually somewhere in the house. It could be in my room or on one of the tables downstairs.
- When I am in class my phone is on silent mode, if it is not off. When I am in school, my students have dibs on my time. The only calls I ever accept in school are from my daughter and from my boss (our department chair).
- I don’t want to talk to you.
- I don’t feel like talking to you.
- I feel that nothing you say right now could possibly be of interest to me right now. If it is so darned important and you can’t get me to pick up the call then text it to me. I will get to it eventually and will text you back when I can.
- Whenever I receive missed calls that are not followed by a text message I assume that the call or message was not that important so there is no need for me to return the call at all.
This conversation is cut short for now. Will blog again at another time with more conversations.
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