“If Drawist had hair, she’d be pulling it.” Thalia twisted one of her curls. “And it all started with a little stop at Horizon.”
“Verizon,” Urania corrected.
Calliope gazed at two phones sitting side by side on the counter — one tried and true, one fresh and new. “This is harder than we thought it would beeee. The phones were supposed to kiss and — wallah! — upgrade accomplished. Why isn’t is workinnnngggg?” she whined.
Nią scowled. “Stop it. We can do hard things. And if we can’t, we’ll go back to Horizon to ask for help.”
“Verizon.” Thalia broke into giggles and everyone felt just a little bit better.
Words from Typist:
I’m aware technology frustration has filled me with anxious feelings.
For goodness sake, such a trifling thing a cell phone is!
Why do I feel like I could karate chop a tree? 😡
Wait! I no longer want to go hand to trunk with a mighty oak after sharing my troubles with you.
I feel much better!
You’re the best!
P.S. The muses and I are taking tomorrow off. We’ll likely be at Horizon.
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