That phone not only contained more than a decade of treasured family photographs, but also phone contacts I use daily at work. At every turn during an entire week, I needed the information that was stored somewhere in the cloud where I no longer could access it with the stroke of a finger. I was disadvantaged beyond measure.
It’s no fun to lose a cellphone I learned a fortnight ago when I carelessly left my iPhone in a basket at a local grocery store. By the time I discovered my ill fate, the phone was in the hands of whoever thought they needed the device more than its forgetful owner.
Mary Madewell is a staff writer for The Paris News. She can be reached at 903-785-6976 or at
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