What a crummy start to a day . . .Saturday wasn't the greatest of days. It started out by my realizing that when I dropped my phone Friday evening, the screen had cracked and the display was basically useless. For most people this wouldn't be all that bad, but for me, my phone is my life. It's a Palm One Treo 650 with an LCD display. So now when people, clients or otherwise, call, I can't tell who is calling. In addition the key to open my keyboxes and other agent's boxes is also an application on my phone that I can no longer see. Small victory though, I do know that application well enough to navigate it without seeing the icons, it's just a pain. So I had to go to Sprint to order a new phone. It'll be here Wednesday.
So the day started out pretty crappy. So I went and did some pop-bys to cheer me up. Seeing my clients is always a good experience. They can show me what they've done to their home since moving in and I get to catch up with them. I'm glad I made the time this month to get out and see 50 of them. It's been time well spent. I also finally got caught up on closing gifts. Seems as though since my vacation in August, I've been woefully behind on seeing the people that closed while I was away. So that feels good too.
After pop-bys, I headed home for a couple hours of boob tube action. Teri was out shopping with her friend Kim, so I had a couple hours to kill. Once she got home, we headed to downtown Tacoma to meet a bunch of friends for dinner at The Old Spaghetti Factory. We don't go there much because it's such a pain to get into. But the food is decent and CHEAP. A good time was had by all.