02 June 2009

. . . fourteen/ten . . .

. . . i'd heard them . . .
. . . the horror stories 
about phone calls 
costing several hundred dollars . . .
{don't get me wrong ~ i'd be willing to pay!}
. . . still . . .
. . . i'm thankful for 
the cox international calling plan . . .
. . . two hours and seven minutes . . .
. . . happy mothers day to me . . .
. . . grand total $6.35 . . .
. . . priceless . . .


7 comments:

Peg and Parker said...

Happy that one thing thing in May surprised you with a priceless memory that didn't break the bank. I love reading his blog. You must've loved Mother's Day and getting to hear his voice! Bald? What the? I could send him some of my spray hair! Let me know.

pj said...

That is cool. Don't even want to think about our phone bill! YIKES. We tried to send him (saac)a phone card, but it didn't work and by then I didn't care, I just dialed the dang number. Hope you are enjoying the summer.

granny said...

Now that is a special kind of bargain. Aren't we lucky?

The Wells Family said...

Great deal... My christmas call to Logan (who was on the BVI of Tortola) was $630.00.... Talk about shocking... Lucky for me I had documented all my calls to Sprint, as I verified that I could call the area code there in Tortola, which they kept saying I could... so they took all of that call off my bill...A blessing in disquise in this economy....Keep up the awesome work on your blog and Drews, love checking in on them.

Sassy said...

That is awesome.....my sister Kaylene said her phone bill from Cambodia with their missionary was $1.21 and at Christmas was 89 cents....poor poor country....I'm guessing.....YAY for you!

chris+amber said...

Suh-weet! I guess Drew's kinda worth it.

Bobbi said...

Wish I had the Cox Calling plan when Klete was on his mission--$480.00 (for 20 minutes) too late! It seems Ecuador has it's own little calling scheme. Country and City code charges go to the govt.