Have you ever had a meltdown? You know, one of those moments when the gaskets blew and you were just losing it? Most of us would have to admit that we've melted at least once or twice. But I wonder...why is it that meltdowns are often over trivial things? Many people can recall having had some enormous trials that they endured with the utmost of calm, only to be toppled later by something less than inconsequential. You know what tipped me over and poured me out?
"Come on, Old Bessie! Hang in there for just one more conference. You can do it! Don't die on me, pleeeeaaase..."
"Your contacts have been moved."
...So I tipped over and poured out. I chewed my Norman's ear off with questions, wondering how the salesman could do such a thing. How hard was it to move a list of numbers? And he assured us that he could easily do it! Now what was I going to do when I went on the next trip and didn't have key phone numbers? He gets paid to lose things? I can do that all by myself on half the caffeine! Waaa waaa waaaaaaah...
Was it really about the cell phone contacts?