I remember when I was in high school. I had just started to feel like a young man because I was taking on the challenges of being a freshman in college. I was also starting a new job, so I had to start getting to school and get ready to start work. All of this was happening quickly and I was in my dorm room packing and unpacking my things. I was already starting to feel a bit of pressure because my roommate was in my room.
I wasn’t exactly sure what was going on, but I knew I was becoming a bit stressed since my roommate was staying in my room. I remember I was packing up my stuff and putting it in my locker, but I wasn’t sure what I was doing. I was thinking I should check my phone so I could see if my roommate was home. Then I realized I had my clothes in my locker.
It was actually the other way around. I was packing up my things and putting them in my locker and being a little concerned what I was doing. As I packed up my stuff, I felt a little pressure in my shoulders and I remember I had my phone in my locker and I was checking it. It was about 2 minutes later I realized I hadnt been doing what I was supposed to and I was packing up my stuff and putting it in my locker and not checking my phone.
You can tell if you’ve been using your phone a few seconds too long by what happens when you pick it up, but the exact reason you’re packing up your stuff and looking for something to put in your locker is because you’ve been using the phone all this time.
This is exactly why I have one of those little lockers with a mini-cams and a few things in there I keep for emergencies I dont have a good reason to use.
When you’re using your cell phone, you’re using it. You have every right to use your phone, you have every right to put it in the locker and check it, but you shouldn’t have to check it whenever you want to. This is especially important because cell phones will eventually need to stop, which is why you need to start packing your stuff and getting ready for your new semester.
The problem here is that you are on your own. I have a friend who has a cell phone that will work for only a few days. Once the batteries run out and they need to recharge, they are basically useless. The only way to get them to work is to pack the thing in a locker. So you just pack everything in a locker. No need to check the phone.
I think the last time I was on a class trip I packed my car in a locker, and I got to borrow a class schedule from my friend. That way, if I need to take my phone out of the car, I just pull out the schedule and flip it over.
This is the kind of thing that makes me wonder why I keep my phone in a locker. Even though I have a very good idea of what I need it for, I have no idea what I need it for that I can’t find it. That’s not to mention that I’m afraid I will forget how to use it and then the phone will be a liability and I’ll have to pack it back away.
I know that I’ve already been guilty of this with my work-related phone and I’ve gotten plenty of help from a friend. But I find I forget how to use it a lot, especially in the locker, and I think that I have been putting off having another phone for a while. Maybe it’s just a big misunderstanding about how much I need the phone or maybe I just have an overactive, OCD phone fetish. I don’t know, we shall see.