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Discussion in 'Diabetes Discussions' started by archersuz, Jun 11, 2018.
Tired now so off to bed. Night night.
I just figured how to transfer a new contact from my old cell phone contacts list to my new one.
I spent about an hour last night trying to transfer all the other contacts (I had done this before by accident, but while doing so had unintentionally doubled up on all the contacts on my old phone. I went back to erase the duplicate entries from my old phone -- only to find I had unintentionally erased ALL the contacts from my new phone as well). So late last night I started all over again. I followed the instructions on the website but they didn't work and I couldn't remember how I did it the first time, so I just tried different steps until finally all the names and numbers appeared on the new phone contacts list.
It's funny how my 3 Google gadgets sync some things for themselves, by themselves, but won't sync other things I try to get them to!
Last time I switched contacts there was a pen and paper involved.
I still think that pen and paper is the surest way.
Sleep well, @heh.
Not only do I remember duplicating fluid - I've half of a one gallon can in the shed. It's quite good as a cleaning fluid.
I have been thinking that if I do decide to move, and then settle there, I would like this sort of phone-and-contacts-list system:
Remember when these were popular gift items? ---
Oops, forgot a very important part of that phone system:
I still have a bakelite phone somewhere, probably in the garage. My lads used to love playing with it.
Had a great sleep.
Son & DIL coming for tea today, roast leg of lamb, but apart from that don't know what we are doing today.
Have a good day.
Random question of the day. How come I have just one small area of eczema on my body, why not other areas and why is it in such an inaccessible place? Yep, driven mad today by itchy inner ear.
I wish I knew I have exactly the same thing and it's an itch you just can't scratch.
Cold here this morning.
Hope you're all well.
Have a good day.
Happy Monday, @heh . May your day go well.
The same thing plagued me for many years, as it did with my dad. It seems to have diminished as I've got older.
Getting Giddy now. Ordered desk for non existant PC. Think this headcold has made me have halucinations that I can afford such stuff
I have a spot on one calf that itches from time to time. It's been there for years, coming and going, sometimes itching, sometimes not. I don't think it's eczema but it could be -- I had that when I was a baby. Or so I've been told.
I shouldn't grumble. Can't imagine what it must be like to have eczema all over the body like some poor children have.