Sunday, February 1, 2009

Lab # 2

Lindsey Said...


Waving goodbye to my cell phone, as you can see in the photo above, was a difficult task. Being away from home I am very dependent on my cell to talk to my parents. Talking on the phone is the main way we communicate when I am at school. Although I warned my mom ahead of time I was still worried that she wouldn't remember and would call me a bunch. I felt extremely disconnected and I was concerned that if an emergency happened I wouldn't know about it. The other reason my cell phone is nice to have is to connect quickly with friends my texting. If I am meeting someone in the studios or asking my choreographer a question texting is the easiest way to communicate. Without my phone however I had to run around alot more trying to find my friends and find out where rehearsals were.


  1. I know what you mean! I have a feeling if I had to give up my phone for even a day I would feel out of the loop! It is my main way to communicate and I even use my cell phone as my alarm clock in the morning. I depend on my cell phone for different reasons and it would be strange not to have my cell phone.

  2. It sounds like there were a lot of negatives of losing your phone. Were there any positive outcomes?